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»  September 15, 2009

Flash  

If Only You Could Vote

Phillip Kerman's the go-to guy these days for companies and conferences who want someone to roast the products they produce or used by their attendees. I helped out with some writing and voice work on a few of his pieces, including a couple of pieces for his Flash in the Can award show presentation this spring, and his Simpsons-inspired take on the renaming of SE 39th Avenue. For MAX, I've supplied some vocal work for his intro to the Sneak Peeks.

I've also entered the contest Phillip is judging — which closes in less than half an hour — for a conference pass to MAX, on the theme: "Is Adobe MAX for developers or designers?"

Tue Sep 15, 2009 23:34 -0700