Martin Duparc

Interactive developer

I code for BLDG-25.

What I do

Interactive developer with experience building websites with dynamic content (CMS).
Here are the programing languages I use the most.
Front end: HTML5, JavaScript (jQuery, Sencha Touch), CSS3, ActionScript 3.
Back end: PHP (Zend/Silverstripe Framework) and MySQL.
Mobile: Objective C, AIR, PhoneGap.

I like trying and learning new things (if you don't, as a developer, you're doing it wrong). Currently playing with Apple's new programing language, Swift.

You can have a look at some of the projects I worked on over the last few years while working at Konform. Most of them use a CMS developed on PHP and based on the Zend Framework.

What I use

For IDEs and editors, I use a combination of Sublime Text and IntelliJ IDEA depending on the size of the project.
For graphics editors, Photoshop and Illustrator.

Mack Truck PUP

Mack Truck PUP
↓ Description ↓

Web app developed for iPads and computer. It was packaged for iOS using PhoneGap and the HTML5 canvas animations were managed with EaselJS (JavaScript library).

Willisview

Willisview
↓ Description ↓

Flash website where the content is delivered using RESTful web services that return JSON objects.

Willisview mobile

Willisview mobile
↓ Description ↓

Mobile web application, developped with the Sencha Touch framework and designed for iPhones and Android phones. Content is delivered using RESTful web services that return JSON objects. Make sure you view this project with a mobile device, else you'll see the flash version.

Betterplace - Booking system

Betterplace - Booking system
↓ Description ↓

Booking system for Betterplace. People can reserve a time online if they want to test drive an electric car. JavaScript was used to call RESTFull services in order to verify that people were not reserving the same time slot.

Kræft kampen (the fight against cancer)

Kræft kampen (the fight against cancer)
↓ Description ↓

Flash game developed for danish schools to educate young students about cancer, its causes and effects on the human body. It is in danish but the gameplay is pretty straightforward since it was designed for children. I used the Box2D and CDK libraries for physics.
Graphic design and motion graphics by Martin Hansen.

Stevan Treshow

Stevan Treshow
↓ Description ↓

Flash website for renowned Danish director Stevan Treshow.

Betterplace - Touchscreen presentation

Betterplace - Touchscreen presentation
↓ Description ↓

Touchscreen presentation of Betterplace's electric cars and charging stations in Denmark. Runs with AIR and designed for a HD touchscreen display.

University of Copenhagen - COP15

↓ Description ↓

Second film created for the University of Copenhagen to promote their green climate profile for COP15. The interviewees were filmed in front of a green screen and the post production was done in After Effects. The small 3D elements were created in Cinema4D.

University of Copenhagen - COP15

↓ Description ↓

First film created for the University of Copenhagen to promote their green climate profile for COP15. The interviewees were filmed in front of a green screen and the post production was done in After Effects.

Eigil Bryld

Eigil Bryld
↓ Description ↓

Flash website for cinematographer Eigil Bryld. Content is delivered as XML files.

Pfizer - Viagra

Pfizer - Viagra
↓ Description ↓

Pfizer wanted to educate people about Viagra and why you should be careful when buying cheap(er) products online. The book is an AS2 only component so I used SWFBridge (LocalConnection) to communicate between the two SWFs since the main wrapper was in AS3.

Lusekrigen (the war against lice)

Lusekrigen (the war against lice)
↓ Description ↓

Small flash site with 3 different games to advertise Hedrin's products against head lice. It was the first flash game I developed.

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