LeapFrog Interactive Toys
project description: programming with Java, pre-press production, edited voice and effect audio files.
The LeapPad learning system resembles a talking book. In 2001, LeapFrog's LeapPad won the People's Choice Toy of the Year Award. The success of LeapPad helped Leapfrog Enterprises become one of the fastest-growing toy companies in history
As a freelance programmer for Six Red Marbles, learned the proprietary Java language to program the audio and interactive activities in a series of "Touch and Talk" books. The pages on the top are from the Leapfrog Schoolhouse Division book "What Would You Do?".