Everyone and their grandmother will soon own an iPhone. Apple is projected to sell 10 million iPhones in the fourth quarter of 2009 alone. With a global reach of over 50 million iPhone and iPod touch users and over 100,000 apps now available, it really is a no brainer to represent your business on the Apple App Store. I can help you do that, and I'll design your app so that it looks amazing and sets itself apart from the competition.
I recently wrapped development on a promotional app for UbiSoft's latest action-thriller, Assassin's Creed 2. The app includes a mini-game component, news/image/video media feeds, and Twitter intergration. The app is currently available on the App Store free of charge.Download the Assassin's Creed 2 iPhone App
Whether you are looking for help designing your app or need a partner to take complete lead on development, I have the experience to execute your ideas quickly and effectively.
Download Go!, pictured above, for free: Go! iPhone Game
My name is Ryan Jennings. I have been designing Web sites and interactive media for over 10 years. This Web site is a sampling of my work from past jobs and as a contractor. I hope you enjoy what you see and if you are interested in contacting me regarding potential work, please don't hestiate to drop to the bottom of this page and fill out the contact form.
Technorati had long been in need of a design overhaul. While the site has always been at the forefront of the Web 2.0 movement, it soon become overly complex and not entirely intuitive to navigate. A redesign was scheduled for the second half of 2009. Along with a visual redesign came a simplification of the site's focus and purpose. The new site includes daily original editorial and an exhaustive directory that catalogs the world's thousands of personal and corporate blogs.
Before the big redesign, Technorati focused its attention on upgrading its other property, Blogcritics. Around the same time the company launched a Technorati/Twitter mashup site called Twittorati. You can view screens of these designs below.View Screenshots of the Other Redesigns
In 2007 the creators of the sci-fi adventure game Stargate Worlds began scouting designs for the game's official Web portal. Sadly, neither of the designs pictured were ever used. Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment, the client, decided to go in a different direction. Still, here are the layouts for your viewing pleasure. The concept on the left was produced before an official logo was designed for the game.
Like any good editorial site, SPEEDtv.com undergoes a redesign every couple of years. In 2005, an elaborate proposal was put together to wow the company into realizing the potential of a thorough and sophisticated Web 2.0 makeover. A number of designs were produced, including treatments for all core page and email templates. None of these designs were ever used as is, but they served their purpose. Because of Project Eleanor, SPEEDtv received the funding it needed to move forward with a large-scale Web site redesign.
The screenshot shown to the left was presented as a concept for the site's homepage. This particular mockup demonstrated how a site takeover (full page sponsorship) could be implemented.
All in all over a dozen designs were created from scratch for the Eleanor pitch. Within one week, 100 hours were logged. Click the button below to view some of the other screenshots from this series, including an article template and email.View other screenshots from Eleanor
The Disney International Program recruits people from around the world to work at Disney's various theme parks. Some specifically enroll in the program to work as cultural representatives in Epcot's World Showcase where 11 of the world's countries are represented. This Web site was used as a recruitment and educational tool for interested applicants.
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