At the age of ten, I took apart phones, computers, radios, and anything unlucky enough to have accessible screws. I'd use parts of those devices to build accidental creations. For example, a sneaker that doubled as a phone, with a built in caller-id, dubbed the ‘Juju Phone’. I carried it around with me for quite some time, everywhere I went. This silly experiment set the tone for the future.
I've always had a passion for creating things. I developed my very first website at the age of twelve. Fortunately, for you and I, you won't find it anywhere on my portfolio. Continuous practice and experimentation leads to a better understanding of what may work, what absolutely works, and the many ways a product can be improved.
My first ultra-successful media product was developed in 2007. It was a MySpace resource website, and it garnered more than 60 million unique visits during its lifetime. From then on, I pursued interesting idea that came to mind. I've developed websites targeting a diverse assortment of audiences – from video game and technology, enthusiast, to lovers of free events, star gazers, and those who want to make a difference in the world through volunteering.
My work has appeared on television, radio, the web, newscasts, magazines, and even video games. Through freelancing, I've worked face-to-face and remotely with over 300 individual small businesses and large corporations such as Photobucket, Getty Oil, and Capcom. At the end of the day you want something that works well, looks great, and scales well. You ultimately want a product that grows your business, and you want to work with a company whose expertise aligns with your needs.
My favorite things in life include: Going to live events, dining out, being productive, forming new relationships, fitness, and photography. Also, I've never been beaten in a foot-race. Challenge. I have a supportive family and good friends who are present.
In the short term, I'd like to build a network of stimulating web sites. These sites will reach millions around the world, and will delight, inspire, and inform. Other plans include starting a non-profit for the homeless, learning more computer languages, spoken languages, and sign language. I look forward to future partnerships, opportunities, connections. Let’s get started.
My next major project is the biggest one I've worked on. It's a complete re-make of Spacedex. The site has been a success, and this upgrade aims to make it bigger, better, and faster. The new and much improved website will launch in mid-2015.
Designed, developed, and launched website and print materials for The Ecology Connection. Became art director of the program. In less than one month, the organization's first summer program garnered over 50 children during its first run, and was featured on several morning news programs. The program looks to expand in 2015.
Designed and launched FreeYorker, a site for free events and culture in New York City. The launched exceeded expectations, and FreeYorker aims to re-launch in the summer of 2015. Spacedex breaks million mark and has been visited by at least one person from every country on Earth.
Spacedex featured on CNN, Gothamist, HowStuffWorks, National Geographic, Wired, and other outlets. Interviewed on live radio. Received over 200 peices of 'thank you' messages from viewers from all around the globe. Launched Winphonia, a community site for Windows Phone enthusiats. Articles featured on technology sites around the web.
Spacedex launches with intentions of making astronomy accessible to people around the world, of any age. The site had a breakthrough launch, initually focusing on North America, and then expanding globally.
Launched a user drive site based around the Chatroulette concept. Designed and developed in just two days, thanks to the wonderful power of coffee, the site was visited by people around the globe, and garnered thousands of content submissions.
Relaunched Tabwin as a Movie Screenings website. The site ofWorked with various studios to offer free moving screenings across North America.Thousands of visitors around North America scored free tickets to watch movies before their theatrical release date.
Forzaland, a user-driven site for the popular driving game, Foza Motorsport, was featured on a full-page magazine spread. It was later featured in the Official Xbox Magazine. Launched network of over 16 profitable sites. Developed community website for Capcom’s Lost Planet, and featured within the game. MySpaceScripts hits 20 million unique visitor mark.
Launched MySpaceScripts, a resource site for MySpace. Through the power of social media, the site experienced daily growth for 4 years. Parnered with over 30 unique websites, and worked with the co-founder of MySpace and former CEO of Photobucket to drive traffic to their respective web properties.
Lauched Tabwin and became serious about using web as a way of making profit online. Tabwin started off as a technology site, but quickly grew to become entertainment website. The site would later be transformed into a site for car enthusiasts, and then a movie screening website.
Began using Adobe software for the first time. This completly changed everything, as a new world of tools became available for experimentation.
Launched a community website for 'Continuum', an online multiplayer PC game. Began working with Flash.
Launched very first website. It was hosted on FortuneCity, and it looked exactly like a site from the 90s should. Everything blinked, moved, danced, or made it a sound. It was quite terrifying. It still exists in some corner of the web, hidden from the public view. I'm still proud of it.
After 9 months of meticulous planning, I made it out in one piece. Travis Alexander Brown was a person with a full head of hair.