Doodle Doo
Sign up
for our newsletter to read our latest news.

Archive for August, 2006

Cartoon Art Museum

Monday, August 28th, 2006

If you are ever in San Francisco, make sure to pay a visit to the Cartoon Art Museum! I stumbled upon a sign for one of their special events in the street, and I was surprised since I had never heard of it.

They have over 6,000 original art pieces, and a whole section devoted to animation with many storyboards, original hand painted cells and backgrounds. They had wonderful cells from Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Alladin, and many Hannah Barbera cells as well and even some archival prints of Gertie the Dinosaur.

They are located on 655 Mission street, one block away from the Metreon, in between Montgomery and 3rd street. It is not easy to find, but you have to look out for their yellow banner. It is a traditional gallery space, set behind their bookstore in the front. They also lead cartoon camps for kids.

FLASH Kids Zone

Sunday, August 27th, 2006

Snert did work for Go9Media, for two games for the Flash kidszone website, Emergency Operations Center.

The site was started by the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes, and teaches kids about disaster safety.

Check our portfolio soon for examples! You can also view the site here.

New Online Kids Project

Sunday, August 27th, 2006

We are working on character animations for a new online kids project! The project is due to roll out at the end of this year.

We can’t say much about the project yet, but only that it is new, original, and that it will be a hit! Check back soon for more information!

Flash Goddess Interview

Sunday, August 27th, 2006

I got invited for an interview for Flashgoddess by Ann-Marie Cheung, a great resource and community site, that showcases women who work with Flash. You can read the article here.

Adobe Article Flash Self-voicing Puzzles

Sunday, August 27th, 2006

Snert was asked to write an article for the Adobe Development Center on our latest self-voicing technique for accessible Flash.

The article was released in the dev center news letter on 7/31/06. You can read the actual article here:

It was also featured on the 3D and animation page:

2006 Dewey Winburne Award

Sunday, August 27th, 2006

Snert was nominated for the 2006 Dewey Winburne Award at SXSW 2006 in Austin, TX, for our accessible Flash work!

The award celebrates the vision that technology is society’s most effective tool to level the educational playing field.

Blanton Website

Sunday, August 27th, 2006

Snert made the new webpage for the Blanton Museum, in Austin, Texas, 508 accessible!

We gave the homepage a new, templated structure, so that the images and the Alt text could be easily changed in an external text file, when the expositions in the museum change.

Visit the website here: