Explore some Flash.
Click on any of the Flash projects below to see what you could create after just a few weeks of working with Flash.
As you explore ask yourself: What kind of interactivity is there? What kind of motion is there? How many different scenes are involved in this project?
Below are some examples of professional Flash creations. Use them to see what Flash can do.
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Using Macromedia Flash, Education Development Center and Missing Pixel created the digNubia website, an interactive, engaging, and accessible e-learning experience that invites students to explore the world of archaeology.
The more interactive, the better. With Goodyear's Eagle F-1 site - built with Flash, Flash Communications Server and Dreamweaver - you cut between four camera angles as race car driver Derek Bell takes the sharpest curves in the world at speeds of over 130 miles an hour.
Forsman and Bodenfors and Paregos master Flash MX with the right mix of interactive design and story-telling in the new Volvo XC90 site. The result is immersive, usable and a bit muddy.
NASA uses Macromedia Flash MX Professional 2004 to deliver an interactive site with information on the international space station.
Creative Postage Labels
Avery Dennison uses Macromedia Flash MX 2004 and Dreamweaver MX 2004 to enable users to create their own custom US postage
|Intel create the Journey Inside: An interactive learning experience about the world of computers. How many Flash features can you find on the intro page?|
or visit some of the other sites featured in the professional
showcase or the student projects
and look for shining examples of Flash in action.