One Bit Wonder

  1. One Bit Experience, Part 2
    One Bit Experience, Part 2 44 comments
    • One Bit Experience - About page screenshot
    February 23, 2010
    After many weekends of paper cuts, headaches, and paint stains on our clothing, we are proud to present One Bit Increment, the experience site. Take the hungry coo for a walk through our paper crafted forest to find potatoes to fill his huge belly. Admire the scenery, meet (and squish) hedgehogs. Climb higher and higher! Click here to experience the mini-site now (requires Flash), or continue reading to learn of the difficulties and turmoil we encountered while working on this project.
  2. Newfangled Website
    Newfangled Website 1 comment
    • Bob couldn't believe his luck when you bumped into NEWFANGLED FUNNIES.
    • Bob couldn't believe his luck when you bumped into NEWFANGLED FUNNIES.
    • Bob couldn't believe his luck when you bumped into NEWFANGLED FUNNIES.
    February 23, 2010
    Another quick post: built a website for comic book readers. Newfangled Funnies is a site for fans of alternative (non-superhero) comic books. A place to discover new releases, comment on old favorites, and admire nice looking covers. Surprisingly, phase one of the site was designed and built in only two and a half weeks! It's only a start, but we're already quite proud.
  3. Android TextMate Bundle
    Android TextMate Bundle 28 comments
    • The Missing Android Bundle for TextMate
    • The Missing Android Bundle for TextMate
    • The Missing Android Bundle for TextMate
    December 04, 2009
    A quick post for you TextMate geeks and Android developers out there (everybody else: please ignore). We made a TextMate bundle for Android Phone App developers. Features easy-to-use interfaces to quickly create, update, and run Android apps. Please visit the project page for more information on how to install and use.
  4. Paper Garden
    Paper Garden 10 comments
    • Plant models made with paper, foil, and acrylics
    • Plant models made with paper, foil, and acrylics
    November 25, 2009
    We've been constructing a little garden for the coo for our One Bit Experience Site. The plants were made by gluing a piece of aluminum foil (Camile recycles aluminum foil from when she bakes) and wire together, then covering it with tape and pieces of carefully cut paper painted with acrylics.
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