davidpr got their new flash animation by running a design contest:
Poker Countdown Clock
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The key points of what we are after:- - need to be able to enter time parameters - second page to display countdown information for display on a big screen
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Tagline: ....all you need is a chip and a seat! Desired Color Scheme: red, white & black Accepted File Formats: flash The company is a poker company based in australia.Â The company website is www.flopthenuts.com.au We require a Texas Holdem Poker Countdown Clock the main features of which the clock counts down time until bet size increases.Â So 3 main pieces of information are required:- Small Blind Value (which is half the minimum bet for a round) and Big Blind Value (which is the minimum bet for a round and the time clock to display the amount of minutes left until the bet size increases. The parameters page simply needs to be layed out in the following data entry format type:- level 1, small blind = $25, big blind = $50, time left to next level = 15 minutes......level 2, small blind = $100, big blind = $200, time to next level = 20 minutes. The parameters of bet size and time are to control the display of the countdown clock on the countdown display page.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their flash animation.
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