Quantum Communications: San Diego Marketing and Advertising
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The process to arrive where we did was a fun one.  Terry wanted a design in which the user is immediately offered pretty much every service we offer–SEO, re-branding, brand positioning as a bunch of big ass buttons… looking to green your brand?  BAM!  This was pretty much the idea.  He also wanted some kind of a creative element, something to show off our creative side and to hook a potential client.

Meanwhile, floating around in my head was this idea of integrating a passive game into a functional interface.  Thus I proposed the basic premise to him, that the user should be able to browse items on the front page and, whether they realize it or not, they will be playing a game in the process.

The content is managed by a Drupal 6 installation.  The front page is running mostly on jQuery, and the game is a flash element. The color scheme can be switched very easily–we ran a Halloween theme…until new years.

The next two elements I plan to program in are a user color picker, so users can choose their own color schemes, and a more expansive leader board so my buddy Almu’s unbeatable scores aren’t the only ones the game will track.

Check it out.  If you don’t like it, tell me why, I would love to hear about it.  Maybe.  I might be a little annoyed, but don’t let that stop you.

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