A Vision Brought To Life

Cuker always appreciates a fellow artist who looks to inspire with creative and technical innovation, so when top photographer Tim Tadder looked to build a new portfolio site, we knew it would be a powerful collaboration. Tadder's vision from the start was to stand apart from the typical photographer portfolio site with a unique browsing experience that allowed people to create their own sets of images and share them with others. We used PaperVision3D in the Flash platform to bring this concept to life, allowing users to navigate through a cluster of portfolio image cubes to learn about individual projects. The new Tim Tadder portfolio site encourages the sharing of ideas and inspiration with a personal lightbox set that allows users to share images with friends and colleagues. We also developed a mobile version of the site so that users can enjoy the same unique experience from their smartphones and other mobile devices.

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