Larry Lenn Gordon has worked in the industry as a manager, artist, technologist, programmer, and consultant since 1995. He combines his wide range of talents and interests to form a unique vision on the future of interactive. His leadership and skills pushed the limits at frog design as the lead technologist for Intel’s Intelligent Digital Signage, which was praised for it’s role in it’s debut presentation at Intel’s 2010 CES keynote address. He paved the road for innovation at Crispin Porter + Bogusky as the client-side architect for Volkswagen’s 2007 web redesign and as lead technologist for GypsyCabProject, which won him Bronze at Cannes Cyber Lions 2007. At Karta Technologies he designed and programmed a tile-based Flash game engine for the US Air Force Medical Center in which he was awarded Gold at Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning for Custom Content in 2005.

His experience in consulting and development gave him the opportunity to teach Flash Game Development during the summer of 2005 at Stanford University and speak at various universities on Flash applications development. As a consultant at USAA he assessed, designed, co-wrote, and implemented the Standards and Guidelines documentation for E-Learning development.

His current and past roles as lead creative, development manager, technical lead, and developer for companies like VW, Microsoft, Nortel, Juniper Networks, Cisco Systems, Hitachi, MySpace, Modern Amusement, TOMs Shoes, N.E.R.D., Xbox, HP, Zune, Boy’s & Girls Club America, Southwest Airlines, Truveo, AOL, TAG, USAA, and US Air Force has been recognized by Cannes, FWA, Brandon Hall, Fast Company, San Antonio Business Journal, Apple, New York Times, and Creativity Online.

Larry lives in Oakland and combines his passion for technical and creative as a Director of Digital Development at John McNeil Studio.

Developer management, team building, technical leadership, process development, standards & guidelines development, & mentoring.

Creative & conceptual development for web, digital outdoor, social publishing, mobile, & gaming.

Client-side platform development using HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, Flash, Flex, AIR, ActionScript, C#, XAML, XML, XSLT, & Objective-C.

Internal tools development, dashboard widgets, & application extension using JSFL, VBScript, Photoshop scripting, bash, & AppleScript.

June 24, 2010
8:39 am

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