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18 JANUARY 2011

Flash web application prototypes

I created a series of Flash web application prototypes between 2002 and 2003. I did so as part of my design experimentation and growing interest in software design. As a result the prototypes were very limited in their scope as they tended to focus on particular concepts or techniques. For example I created my Kiwifruit prototype to explore an approach to updating database records which removed the need for users to make explicit update/submit decisions; I created my Rhizome prototype to explore approaches to contextual grouping and association; and I created my in–flight meal booking prototype to test some ideas I had about interactive information design. I developed the applications using a combination of Macromedia (Adobe) Flash, PHP, XML and MySQL. The prototypes now stand as a useful reminder of the promise that Flash offered in the early part of this century – before HTML5, the iPad and responsive layout etc.

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20022003Adobe Flash • airline catering • airline meal • design experimentationdesign practicedesign prototypeshierarchical visualisation • in-flight meals • KIB810 Information Architecture • kiwifruit • Macromedia Flash • mealMySQLnodal structureorganisational relationshippersonal praxispersonal researchPHPpre-prepared mealprogrammingrhizomatic structurerhizomorphousSimon Perkinstechnical developmenttechnical knowledgeweb applicationXML

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Simon Perkins
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