Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009
Our good friends at TC Digital were in the process of redeveloping their chaoticgame.com website, which is also an online trading card game engine. BashBang was asked to help them by developing several Flash elements including the primary navigation that included holographic effects and a feature window on the index page. The system needed to be able to support color changing for user selected styles as well as allow for multi-languages (English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Spanish).
Monday, January 12th, 2009
Monster Media, a small video production company in Victoria, BC approached BashBang requesting a low cost Flash-based website that they could be easily updated. We produced their site in a few days and designed it so the client could make updates via easy edits to xml files. The client was very happy with the results.
Zula World Games
Monday, November 24th, 2008
BashBang ported several of the Flash AS2 games that were designed for the original zula.com website over to AS3 to work in the ZulaWorld.com website. Due to the nature of ZulaWorld this was a major undertaking which required some creative technical tricks.
Wednesday, November 5th, 2008
Haydenburri Lane is a children’s brand teaching kids healthy habits through fun characters, stories and songs. BashBang produced their site to exhibit their characters and mission. We also created an online store for them to sell their books and plush toys.
Friday, September 19th, 2008
The owner of Once Upon a Huckleberry Bush came to us to rebuild their website. They wanted an immersive environment where kids could explore the fantasy world of a children’s store. We also threw in some details for the muggles to read.
Sunday, August 24th, 2008
The Moving Pictures Collective, a club in New York required a community-based website for their club members. BashBang used the latest version of vBulletin as a base then created several plugins to extend the functionality to address the clients special needs.
Disney Creative Camp
Wednesday, August 20th, 2008
Disney Consumer Products came to BashBang to build a Corporate Networking Website. They wanted their creative department staff from all over the world to have a place they could all meet up virtually. We also incorporated our avatar engine into the site so that each user could have a unique Disney inspired character to represent them on the site.
Tuesday, August 19th, 2008
TC Digital asked BashBang to develop a video community site for their trading card game Chaotic. We used phpMotion as a base then skinned the site and extended its functionality to ensure the system was COPPA compliant. We developed some moderation tools as well as developed an arcade, highscore board, and even some multiplayer games. We also were responsible for setting up their server to support the phpMotion requirements.
Friday, August 1st, 2008
Kiks, a Canadian children’s shoe and accessory distributor, wanted to have a web presence to show off their product lines to retailers.
Friday, August 1st, 2008
Sticky Chews is a children’s shoes and accessories retail store that came to us looking for a website that was fun for the kids, and informative for the parents.
Thursday, June 26th, 2008
Jim Henson’s Creature Shop™ provides performed digital visual effects, animatronic creatures, animation and soft puppets to the international film, television and advertising industries. BashBang was asked to help refresh their website to reflect all the fun things they make and do. We built them a well organized website that would make it easy for users to navigate to the extensive quantity of content they wanted to display. We also designed and built a custom CMS to manage all the content on the site.
ToonBarn Custom Avatars
Sunday, February 3rd, 2008
BashBang Productions was asked to develop a Flash-based custom avatar engine for Toonbarn.com that would allow users to choose from various models and outfits to build their online identity. With continued updates to the artwork we find new and innovative ways to keep the application fun for the users. Check It Out!
Monday, January 7th, 2008
As a fan of Battlestar Galactica in general, and a fan of Leah Cairns specifically, BashBang staff decided to make a fan site. Yes, we know we’re geeks!
Tuesday, October 16th, 2007
BashBang assisted TC Digital with the development of the Portal to Perim portion of the chaoticgame.com website. The Portal to Perim section gives detailed descriptions of each of the cards used in the Chaotic card and online game.
Henry’s Beach Cafe
Wednesday, September 19th, 2007
This website was created by BashBang for a sports bar restaurant in Costa Rica. The main page is a Flash movie nested inside a page wrap to allow users with a higher resolution to see something more engaging than a blank white screen. Simple content including a menu, specials sign, contact info and a photo gallery are all easily accessed from the single page. A toggle button allows a user to switch between English and Spanish versions of the site.
Thursday, September 6th, 2007
Wednesday, September 5th, 2007
TC Digital Entertainment’s corporate website was produced by BashBang and included a CMS for content management.
Imbee Group Designs
Wednesday, August 22nd, 2007
BashBang was recruited for design work, first on a series of card frames for imbee users. These frames were created for trading cards and to allow users to send gift coupons to parents and friends. imbee invited celebrities and entertainment artists to participate on their community and we designed several of the celebrity pages. BashBang also designed a number of group profile pages including NLT, PBS’s Fetch, and Design Squad.
Winx Club Dress-up Game
Tuesday, June 12th, 2007
This game is an online dress-up game that allows the users to place different outfits on a character model. The clothes and model were made property-specific for the Winx Club.
Want to play the game? Check It Out!
Friday, June 1st, 2007
Yes, it’s true, we built our own corporate site several years after we started business. The company organically grew from being a work-for-hire contractor and we just got too busy to put time into developing our own site. Even BashBang.com 2.0 took us a year to get around to due to our workload.
BashBang 1.0 was a full Flash site with some fun navigation. We included a few of the games and activities we’d developed for our clients. Sure, it’s a corporate site, but who doesn’t like to play games? If the boss sees you playing you can say you’re researching a web development company to do your next project…then drop us an email.