Kiosk Media Ordering System Demo

In 2008 I worked for a company called Mod Systems, making a Flash demo for the Kiosk system they were building to sell music and videos for download onto devices.

In 2008 I worked for a company called Mod Systems, making a Flash demo for the Kiosk system they were building to sell music and videos for download onto devices.

Please note that this was not designed for deployment on the web, which is why there are no loader bars and why it may take a long time for the secondary swfs to load when you click on either the video or music icons.

Press buttons 1-6 to simulate hooking up a device or swiping a card. The checkout system works in the music section, but not video.

http://kalinflash.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/mod/demo.swf

 

 

EZShow Studio Gig, 2007

In 2007, I went to work for someone I had met at JellyBarn, at a company called EZShow Studio. I worked with one other Flash developer building an online video editing system for advertisers, allowing them to cut together images, text, voice-overs, and video with a variety animations.

In 2007, I went to work for someone I had met at JellyBarn, at a company called EZShow Studio. I worked with one other Flash developer building an online video editing system for advertisers, allowing them to cut together images, text, voice-overs, and video with a variety animations. Like JellyBarn, however, the project ran out of funding, and the app was taken down, so I can’t show a working example.

WetPaint Content Modules

These are a series of “content modules” I built in 2008 for the WetPaint wiki network to display site additions like new threads, new members, photos, featured content, related content, or recent site activity.

These are a series of “content modules” I built in 2008 for the WetPaint wiki network to display site additions like new threads, new members, photos, featured content, related content, or recent site activity. I built a WetPaint website to demonstrate these little widgets and explain more about the purpose and development of them. You can also play around with the many features on my module play page. The site is open for anyone to edit, so have fun.

For those unfamiliar, Wetpaint is a network where anyone can build their own free private or public wiki for a wide variety of purposes such as entertainment fansites, education, and political activism. They have a million or so sites, and all new sites are automatically loaded with several of these modules.