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Carly's Cafe: Experience Autism Through Carly's Eyes

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Published on May 07, 2012

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John St. Toronto launches an interactive website/video that lets you get inside the mind of someone with autism, and experience it for yourself. The site is based on an excerpt from 'Carly's Voice: Breaking Through Autism,' a book by Carly Fleischmann, the 17-year-old daughter of John St. president Arthur Fleischmann.

It begins simply, with the user having full control over their actions. But as distractions in a coffee shop threaten to overwhelm Carly, the user also gets to feel how a mundane task can soon make you lose control.

The Flash-based website was developed by Heung Lee at Ransom, Profit.

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Credits

Date
May 07, 2012
Agency:
john st Toronto
Client:
Carly's Cafe
Creative Director:
Angus Tucker/ Stephen Jurisic
Copywriter:
Kelly Uman
Art Director:
Marie Richer
Producer:
Ryan O'Hagan
Creative Technologist:
Marc Cattapan
Interactive Director:
Heung Lee
Interactive Director:
Ransom
Production Company:
OPC
Director:
Miles Jay
Executive Producer:
Harland Weiss
Executive Producer:
Donovan Boden
Line Producer:
Dennis Beier
Director of Photography:
Chris Mably
Editor:
Chris Murphy, Relish
Visual Effects Artist:
Sean Cochrane
Visual Effects Artist:
The Vanity
Audio Director:
Stephanie Pigott
Audio Director:
Pirate
Phantom Technician:
Brent J. Craig
Colorist:
Wade Odlum
Composer:
Rob Simonsen
Casting:
Michael Stephenson
Logo Design:
Jan Avendano

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