WALL-E takes over Disney.com

I haven’t blogged in a while, mainly because I have been extremely busy at work. One of the projects we launched tonight is the WALL-E takeover of the Disney.com homepage.

Earlier this year I was lucky enough to go up to the Pixar offices (yes it is an amazing office) to discuss this project. June 24 seemed so far away when we were storyboarding out the concept and presenting our ideas. I must admit, the final rendered version looks much better then those sketches and block animations we toyed around with.

From a technical standpoint there isn’t much to write home about here, however, it was a pretty cool project to say I worked on…sorta. Check it out, it will only be up for a few days.

wall-e takeover

6 Comments

  1. That’s pretty awesome man.. Nice work! :)

  2. Thanks Dave, most of the credit goes to one of my co-workers, he built it upon the AS3 homepage framework I created. I was more of a consultant on this project. I only helped out enough to get my name on the 2,463 project emails 😉

  3. Dude Kudos for getting in the Door! And WoW nice job!

  4. kristjan

    This wall-e site rocks!!

    And is it really done in flex3?

  5. The site doesn’t use the Flex Framework, however it was all coded using Flex Builder as an Actionscript project. I rarely ever use the Flash IDE anymore.

  6. Could you repost again, so that I can check out the hologram effects…? I´m doing a similar project and this would be great for freshing the ideas…

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