What happens when you put Flash, Flex and Adobe AIR all together?

What happens when you put Flash, Flex and Adobe AIR all together?


Jason Davenport, Doug Davenport, and Randall Potter pile into the Going Interactive agency studio conference room for Printies creation lock-down. Making a huge international AIR, Flex, Flash app is no easy task. Current GI studio hours are from 8am – 9pm, 7 long days a week. Wow!


The Printies app will allow kids to design with easy to use tools and print out their very own fabric plush toy. GI has been working on the custom application for months focusing on design for the target tween girl audience, ease of use & extreme usability, and some serious (serious) coding and development. There’s been a whole lot of ink being used during beta testing and getting all the happy Printies to align perfectly on the fabric sheets.


Once the Printies toy hits Target and Toys R Us… there will be millions of art and tool combinations and there’s no limit to what you can create!

Jason brings over 19 years of professional experience to clients. He has designed, produced and managed high-profile award-winning projects for clients like Boys & Girls Clubs, Prime Time Toys, Turner Broadcasting, CNN, Cartoon Network, Georgia-Pacific, UPS and Hasbro. Jason has been published in industry magazines and has served as a speaker at numerous seminars for the online marketing industry. Jason lives with his wife Samantha, two kids Ruby and Wilder, and pooch Hazel near Roswell, GA. Jason faithfully serves the community in and around Buckhead Church.

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