Archive for the ‘General’ Category



A Highlight of Work for Georgia Power

August 29th, 2016 | Projects | Nick | No Comments

Here a few pieces I did for Georgia Power. Georgia Power Marketplace Long from Nick Maglione on Vimeo. Citizen Online Demo from Nick Maglione on Vimeo.



Getting Your Kids To Do Anything

August 29th, 2016 | Projects | Nick | No Comments

So, a few years ago, I realized that my kids are lazybutts. Instead of becoming a dictator about them doing their chores, I developed a game. Our friends with kids thought it looked neat, so, I built more games for other parents. Then, someone suggested that I sell it. So, Chorey Charts began. I developed […]



Highlights From the Past Two Years Because Portfolio

January 7th, 2014 | Projects | Nick | No Comments

Hello there. Let me tell you a story. One time, this guy worked for a bunch of cable networks. He did good work. The End OR WAS IT? I have proof that this story is true. Here’s the highlight video of some of the work he did for TBS/TNT (collectively called TEN, for Turner Entertainment […]



Turner Presentation Group Highlights

August 22nd, 2011 | Projects | Nick | No Comments

Over the past year, I’ve been working with Turner Presentation Group. Yep, it’s a department in that Turner. While I was flexin’ there, I had the opportunity to build things for nearly every brand under the Turner umbrella. They brought me on mainly to help them with the upfronts: those yearly productions where the bigwigs […]



Cartoon Network Presentation

August 4th, 2011 | Projects | Nick | No Comments

Over the past several months, I’ve been helping the Presentation Group at Turner with various projects. This one was for a Cartoon Network sales kit profiling the success of their new lineup. I took some of their on-air graphics and composited them for the slides. I was responsible for: Compositing Animation Flash integration And, here […]



Limelight Media Group

June 4th, 2010 | Projects | Nick | No Comments

Limelight Media Group, an SEO and Web firm in Texas wanted a site and blog that allowed them to change content on the fly. I built them a nifty, semantic, WordPress site.



Dogs on Cue

May 24th, 2010 | Projects | Nick | No Comments

Not too long ago, I put together a WordPress CMS for a company out of Texas called Dogs on Cue. They specialize in dog (and owner) training and wanted to be able to update their site with images, video and testimonials; maintain a blog; and eventually sell pet products.



Brand-Spankin'-New

May 20th, 2010 | General | Nick | No Comments

I’ve been telling myself I’m going to do it for years, and I finally did. Here’s the new Wordpress-based portfolio site. I think I might cry. Seriously, there could be tears.



Cover 3 Gets a New Site

April 5th, 2010 | Projects | Nick | No Comments

Cover3, a sports bar in Austin, TX needed a new site that they could easily change on the fly. They wanted it to echo the classy atmosphere of their restaurant – the kind of place where you could go to both enjoy the game and have a great glass of wine.