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2005 MAX Awards

We received many submissions of excellent, innovative, and results-proven projects built with Macromedia technology for the 2005 MAX Awards. Thank you to those who submitted their projects and made the MAX Awards a success.

The MAX Award finalists have now been announced, and are listed below. While some of the finalists are internal sites, the others are publicly accessible and linked below. Congratulations to all our finalists on their significant achievements.

Finalists

Advertising and Branding Experiences

This category is for an advertisement in any media form or a project that creates brand/product awareness.

Freedom of the Seas
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Winner!
Royal Caribbean International - Freedom of the Seas Microsite

Developed by: Arnold Worldwide / IQ Interactive

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Tazo Tea site screenshot
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Tazo Tea - tazo.com

Developed by: ZAAZ & Sandstrom Design

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Media, Entertainment, and Gaming Experiences

This category is for news, movies, stories, narratives, videos, and interactive games.

GAP Watch Me Change site screenshot
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Gap, Inc. - Watch Me Change

Developed by: Crispin Porter + Bogusky / Fuel Industries

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New Line Cinema site screenshot
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People's Choice Winner!
Winner!
New Line Cinema - Crash This Trailer

Developed by: Tequila Sydney

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Mobile Experiences

This category is for interfaces or content specifically designed to run on a mobile phone or other mobile devices.

Dolce & Gabbana site screenshot
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Winner!
Dolce & Gabbana - D&G For Realovers

Developed by: Interpreting.it S.r.l.

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Terra site screenshot
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Metaliq - Terra Mobile Application

Developed by: Metaliq

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Customer-Facing Experiences

This category is for public-facing applications that feature an advanced level of user interactivity.

Converse One site screenshot
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Winner!
Converse - Converse One

Design and interface developed by: ZAAZ
Reusable architecture developed by: R/GA

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CrisisCoach site screenshot
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CrisisCoach - Disaster Recovery

Developed by: WorkLife Media, LLC


Business Experiences

This category is for internal applications that support the operations of the organization.

BofA site screenshot
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Bank of America - Home Ownership Center

Developed by: IntoMotion

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SAP Analytics site screenshot
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Winner!
SAP - SAP Analytics

Developed by: SAP


Government Experiences

This category is for applications created by federal, state, and local governments.

Airservices Australia site screenshot
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Winner!
Airservices Australia – Flying Around

Developed by: Airservices Australia

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Miami-Dade PD site screenshot

Miami-Dade Police Department - Incident Command System

Developed by: Miami-Dade Police Department Computer Based Training Unit


E-Learning Experiences

This category is for applications created by organizations to teach employees, customers, partners, or students.

MINI World Challenge site screenshot
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Winner!
BMW AG - MINI World Challenge

Developed by: Interone Worldwide GmbH - Hamburg

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Toyota iGuide site screenshot
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Toyota - Toyota iGuide

Developed by: Maritz Interactions

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Education and Non-Profit Experiences

This category is for applications created by educational institutions (K-12 and Higher Ed) as well as other non-profit organizations.

United Nations Population Fund site screenshot
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United Nations Population Fund - UNFPA: The Multimedia Tour

Developed by: UNFPA

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University of Texas site screenshot
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Winner!
University of Texas, Center for Energy and Environmental Resources – Trajectory Tool

Developed by: University of Texas, Center for Energy and Environmental Resources

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