Home Tag Archives: japanese

Domino’s Pizza Tracking Show

I stum­bled today on an inter­est­ing idea on the Japan­ese web­site of Domino’s Pizza. When you have ordered a pizza online (after a fas­tid­i­ous reg­is­tra­tion process, as only Japan­ese site have the secret), you are invited to fol­low in “real-time” the pro­gres­sion of the mak­ing of your pizza. Since you will need to reg­is­ter and actually […]

Tokyo University of the Arts

The “Mus­cial Cre­ativ­ity and the Envi­ron­ment” sec­tion of Tokyo Uni­ver­sity of Arts needed a web­site.
They wanted some­thing sim­ple and clear, and not too directly related to the world of the music.

Nua Japan

Nua is a young com­pany spe­cial­ized in the Brazil­ian Wax­ing in Japan. They needed a website.

UltraSuperNew 3.0

This, is the 3rd ver­sion of the USN web­site. And after the “quick and sim­ple” one, the HTML/CSS/AJAX one, It was the time for the Full-Flash version!

Flightclub by KLM

KLM’s Flight­club was the first com­mu­nity web­site cre­ated by an air­line com­pany. The Flight­club was a place for Japan­ese fre­quent trav­el­ers to share expe­ri­ences about their favorite places. Good restau­rants, hotels, hot spot, nice club, funny anecdotes…

Life IS G.

Design, devel­op­ment and inte­gra­tion of a fully mul­ti­lin­gual web­site (Japan­ese and Eng­lish) for a Japan­ese IT con­sult­ing company.

Moblip

Moblip beta is a free mobile book­mark­ing web­ser­vice devel­oped for Tokyo Office Co. Ltd.
It allows you to eas­ily book­mark a web page with your browser, and then to access it from a mobile device on your per­sonal “moblip page” (PDA, cell­phone, etc.).

Nicolas Carteron

Nico­las Carteron is a trans­la­tor, inter­preter and copy­writer, work­ing in eng­lish, japan­ese and french. He asked me to build his web­site.
I cre­ated a very sim­ple CMS using text files to store pages con­tent, so it could be eas­ily edited by the client with­out even the need for a database.