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Moët & Chandon

With Macromedia Flash MX, Moët & Chandon delivers video as part of its dynamic site promoting the official champagne of the Louis Vuitton Cup and America's Cup.

developed by: ICI LA LUNE

Popular Front Season's Greetings

To create an online community, Popular Front maximizes its site options with Macromedia Studio MX, enabling users to make, add text, send, and read other holiday snowflakes in a shared user space.

developed by: Popular Front Interactive Communications

The Year in Pictures 2002

To provide a better end-user experience than a gallery of static images, MSNBC turned to Macromedia Flash MX to create a more interactive, immersive retrospective.

developed by:

St. John Knits

Using a combination of Macromedia ColdFusion MX, Macromedia Flash Remoting MX, and Macromedia Flash MX, St. John Knits achieved its goal: an easy-to-update site with dynamic loading of images and video.

developed by: St. John Knits Studio Team

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada uses Macromedia Dreamweaver to streamline site development, which must meet government standards for accessibility and bilingual content.

developed by: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council


Hasbro uses Macromedia ColdFusion MX to simplify site maintenance and help users search across its various toys, games, and puzzles.

developed by: Hasbro Internal Development Team

Pearl Drums Masters Dream Kit Workshop

Pearl Drums uses Macromedia Flash MX to enable users to build their dream drum kit online with an interactive timeline--and even play their kit before buying it.

developed by: Webmayhem Internet Development

MoMA, The Changing of the Avant-Garde

The MoMA QNS in New York uses Macromedia Flash to create an online accompaniment to its current exhibit, "The Changing of the Avant-Garde," which contains 30 projects.

developed by: For Office Use Only

Universal Pictures: 8 Mile ecard

Universal Pictures uses Macromedia Flash MX to deliver multimedia e-cards featuring video and audio clips from 8 Mile, Eminem's new movie and soundtrack.

developed by: Smashing Ideas
(Macromedia Alliance Partner)


BBC: Shooting Stars Krazy Golf

The BBC uses Macromedia Director to deliver a 3D-enhanced miniature "Krazy Golf" game as a tie-in to its Shooting Stars variety show.

developed by: RandomMedia


Sony Home Theater

Sony uses Macromedia Flash MX to build a home theater customized to your budget and room dimensions, with a simple, effective user interface.

developed by: Organic Inc.
(Macromedia Alliance Partner)



The Science Alberta Foundation uses Macromedia Studio MX to deliver a learning site targeting elementary-school children that has video, interactivity, and animation.

developed by: Idea Machine


Law and Order Demo: Dead On The Money

Macromedia Flash Communication Server MX puts you at the scene of the crime as part of an online demo of this Legacy Interactive CD-ROM game.

developed by: Legacy Interactive


Thomas Pink

Thomas Pink uses Macromedia Flash MX to deliver a streamlined commerce site featuring high-end clothing and gifts, along with the ability to custom-color selections.

developed by: Seven Design and Tribal DDB



At the NASDAQ site, users can choose an interactive Macromedia Flash MX site that explains the market, or an alternate site created with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX.

developed by: Russell Design Associates


Clyde's On Madison

Clyde's on Madison uses Macromedia Flash MX to deliver a commerce site that doesn't require page refreshes--and walks visitors through high-end health and beauty products from around the globe.

developed by: Firstborn
(Macromedia Alliance Partner)



To show how its business solutions help companies like FedEx, DreamWorks, and, Hewlett-Packard delivers immersive case studies using Macromedia Flash MX.

developed by: Method, Inc. and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners