Carlos Campos

Animator and Illustrator

Carlos Campos

Señor Campos earned a degree in 3D animation back in the long-time-ago, when 3D was rendered on SGI machines with OpenGL 1.0. After college he haunted the streets of his home town New Orleans, feeding off the city’s old spirits, making some music, eating divine food and occasionally creating websites, videos, and animations for local bands. He eventually made his way to Gainesville where he did hard time at UF Shands Cancer Center as an IT specialist. After years of developing his 3D skills in a corner of his living room, Señor Campos at long last found a home within the external web services team. Now he gets to play with graphics tablets, push pixels, and finally learn to use a Mac like a real artist. When he’s not knee deep in normal-maps, Señor Campos spends his days theorizing a cure for the zombie plague as well as perfecting his rescue route to his daughter’s daycare center.

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Mobile Upgrades Coming Soon

Mobile Upgrades Coming Soon

Published: Oct 22nd, 2013

Coming Thursday, October 24, a new theme enhancement will transform your website to work seamlessly on smaller mobile devices. Almost 20% of traffic to UF Health websites comes from mobile devices, […]

Encode Faster: Adobe Media Encoder and Dynamic Link

Published: Jan 3rd, 2012

The new version of Adobe Media Encoder in CS5 is a great little tool for encoding video, especially if you are accustomed to switching frequently between After Effects and Premiere.

Aircraft maneuvers during an airpower demonstration

Work Faster: A Few Productivity Apps for Your Mac

Published: Dec 13th, 2011

As anyone who sits behind a computer screen for many hours each day knows, there are many repetitive tasks we perform that accumulate into substantial time sinks over the course […]

The Death of Mobile Flash

Published: Nov 29th, 2011

Apple’s infamous decision to block Flash from running on its mobile devices was a prophetic one.  Adobe is halting all development of the mobile Flash player plugin and will now […]

Window in the Belfry of Ghent, Ryan Godfrey, Flickr.

The Latent Power of Photoshop’s Layer Comps

Published: Nov 15th, 2011

Way back in 2003 Adobe released its eighth version of Photoshop. Buried within was a little known gem called Layer Comps. As a youthful, self-proclaimed grandmaster of Photoshop, I casually […]

WebGL: A Look At Current 3D Web Technologies

Published: Nov 1st, 2011

WebGL is based on the OpenGL and OpenGL ES APIs which power the graphics behind many modern desktop applications and most mobile device platforms (like Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android). With WebGL, web developers can finally harness the power of your computer’s GPU.

VirtualBox: Testing IE on Your Mac

VirtualBox: Testing IE on Your Mac

Published: Oct 21st, 2011

As a long time Windows user recently converted to Mac, I’m surprised that I don’t miss more programs than I do. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer hasn’t run natively on Apple’s operating system since 2003.

Optimizing After Effects for Large Projects

Published: Oct 4th, 2011

Working with Adobe After Effects makes it easy to work with complex video projects. With large projects, however, it can sometimes be difficult to organize your assets and the application itself in a way that will be most productive.



Published: Sep 22nd, 2011

The waiting game is over. CSS3 is finally here. No longer a web designer’s pipe dream, this specification has finally caught on with modern, standards-compliant browsers.

Introducing Adobe Edge

Introducing Adobe Edge

Published: Sep 6th, 2011

What is Adobe Edge and Who Cares? Adobe Edge is the latest addition to Adobe’s already wide collection of content creation tools.  It uses HTML 5, CSS3, and JavaScript to […]