Portfolio.

We have collated a selection of notable works from our portfolio. If you are looking for information about a project that is not detailed below, please feel free to get in touch.

XMPie iPhone Applications

In a world first, Timothy Perrett developed a set of XMPie iPhone applications that syndicate data from their range of server products. Developments include a mobile version of XMPie Marketing Console, a bespoke monitor for uStore and a remote control for uProduce dashboard.

Read more about mobile Marketing Console and see a screencast here, and read more about the mobile XMPie dashboard here

Tooling: objective-c, iphone sdk, soap, .net

"Festival" proof of concept

For this demonstration site the goal was to use a bespoke front end web application to gather client side data, including a picture from the users web-cam, and implement that in a fictitious festival ticket.

Using an Adobe Flex client side application, we capture the image, and then stream that back to the server as a binary image data, from which is it then serialized back into an image and placed onto the asset path of XMPie. The server side code calls the web service to create the job ticket, submit it, and then watch for the completed job and then present that to the user in a nice polling graphic with updating status messages. The demo can be found online here

Tooling: php, soap, flex

Cycle Revival

Rebranding and redeployment of "cyclerevival"'s online catalog system - more information to follow.

Tooling: scala, lift, mysql, javascript

FujiXerox – earfull.com.au

Using an Adobe Flash front end, and some intelligent AS2 programming allows flash to submit directly to XMPie ICP for recipient inserts. The users fantasy promotional kit is then produced using uProduce API via a bespoke ICP framework in the backend. The promotial kit consists of a T-Shirt and there record cover. Both vary depending on age, sex and the music style selected. For instance, older age demographics get a record instead of a CD case.

In a world first, this application implemented a Facebook application. In this scenario, the FBML was actually implemented in the uPlan file and dynamically injected into Facebook via the Facebook REST API.

Tooling: ruby, rails, soap, facebook api