It’s about time I updated the demo reel!
A responsive website a partner and I created to facilitate side projects. http://icecreampi.com/
A responsive website me and my dev buddy Colin created together has gone live. Checkout the thumbnails below and visit the website if you need environmental services: http://metisenvironmental.com/
The picture explains it all. He was not excited and generally in a pissy mood all day. YAY! On this day his sentiment was NOPE.
Our beautiful little boy was born 7:20 am today. 7 pounds 2 ounces.
Jayvyn Asterisk Loftis!
This is the fourth iteration of my ASU applied project. At this point I was able to figure out how to use each swatches location as its RGB color. At this point I will need to figure out how to save on processing time and how to plot exact coordinates for the swatches.
Here’s is a update to the interactive application portion of my ASU applied project. I’ve code named it RGB123, because I’m a nerd lol.
First Test: http://asteriskloftis.com/gitasu/appliedproject/test01.html – the purpose of this test was to get something on a website to use the WebGL and Canvas.
Second Test: http://asteriskloftis.com/gitasu/appliedproject/test02Planes.html – this tests goal was to make some dynamic 3D planes randomly on screen and make a simple camera movement that could be used in further testing.
Third Test/Comp : http://asteriskloftis.com/gitasu/appliedproject/test03Comp.html – this test dealt with the randomization of colors and began adding UI elements from the designed comps. All elements utilized responsive design.
So far so good, I am really enjoying Three JS and will finalize the design while adding actual functionality to the next phase of iterations.