OK, this was Donky's years ago (2008-9) back when Flash ruled interactive, but it's an example of me taking on a task and owning it. During my time at Tate for a prominent Francis Bacon exhibition, I was tasked with developing an interactive room guide using Flash. Working closely with a dedicated team, we seamlessly integrated multimedia elements like audio, video, photographs, and text, offering visitors an engaging and sophisticated journey into the world of Francis Bacon.
Within a mere six weeks, I devoted myself to acquiring the necessary skills to design, construct, and create a sprawling interactive canvas. This canvas allowed users to navigate through various locations, each representing a distinct room. It was an incredibly enjoyable experience and proved to be a profound learning opportunity. Moreover, the resulting work became one of my most successful contributions at Tate. Regrettably, with the decline of Flash, its continued existence is no longer possible.
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