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November 2003 Site of the Day Archive

11/27 Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth Plantation used Macromedia Dreamweaver MX to redesign its website detailing tourist activities near Plymouth, Massachusetts, while its online learning center - "You are the Historian: Investigating the First Thanksgiving" - uses Macromedia Flash to enable children to investigate the first Thanksgiving in 1621.

Developed by: Plimoth Plantation and Brown & Company

11/26 Shock the World

Casio uses Macromedia Flash MX to deliver video content of its G-Shock line of watches, with a Macromedia ColdFusion back end delivering real-time content.

Developed by: Liz Young Studio LLC.

11/25 Shel Silverstein

HarperCollinsPublishers and the Shel Silverstein estate use Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver to deliver an interactive site that introduces Silverstein's classic children's books to a new generation of readers.

Developed by: Ta-Da Designs

11/22 Acura Interactive Showroom

Acura uses Macromedia Flash MX to deliver an interactive site with animations, music, and information to help visitors learn about the 2004 Acura TL.

Developed by: Genex

11/21 DiscLogic

DiscLogic uses Macromedia Flash MX to enable musicians to deliver interactive branded shopping sites where users can stream, download, or purchase CDs online.

Developed by: DiscLogic

11/20 The Opinion Exchange

The Opinion Exchange uses Macromedia Authorware, ColdFusion, Contribute, Dreamweaver, and Flash to deliver an online forum for users to discuss their beliefs, opinions, and concerns about virtually everything.

Developed by: SGS Net, LLC.

11/19 MAX Central

With this Macromedia Central application, MAX conference attendees can get the latest updates and news, whether they're online or off. The application also provides information on all conference sessions, an interactive map, and notifications to remind users when sessions will start.

Developed by: Eric Dolecki

11/18 Stephen King

The Stephen King website uses [V]Host technology from Oddcast with Macromedia Flash MX to deliver a talking virtual likeness of the author that connects with fans and informs them of his latest book in the Dark Tower series.

Developed by: Metro Digital Media Artists, LLC and Oddcast (Macromedia Alliance Partner)

11/15 Saturn

Saturn uses Macromedia Studio MX to deliver a rebranded site that includes interactive Macromedia Flash showrooms for each car--with all of the site coding handled in Macromedia Dreamweaver.

Developed by: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners (concept and design) and sbi.razorfish
(Macromedia Alliance Partner)

11/14 New Orleans Reservations

Using Macromedia Flash, Dreamweaver, and Contribute 2 to maintain a website that sells B & B and hotel bookings to tourists visiting New Orleans , French Quarter Reservations can also manage site updates through Contribute 2 without technical experts.

Developed by: DataDesignTraining

11/13 BMW Canada

BMW Canada uses Macromedia Flash MX to deliver a customized environment to show the short film "Mr. Jones/Drive", including a user interface that dims when the video is playing, fun facts that visitors can choose to see on-screen, and the director's audio commentary.

Developed by: Unplugged Studio

11/12 Melaleuca

Melaleuca, the Wellness Company manufactures and sells an entire line of leading-edge wellness products - direct to consumers. They've used Macromedia technology to deliver a cross-platform, cross-browser site that uses web services to deliver data across seven worldwide sites, as well as an enrollment tool developed in Macromedia Flash that has multiplied online enrollments.

Developed by: Melaleuca Web Team

11/11 Love & Yearning

The Freer and Sackler galleries of the Smithsonian Institution use Macromedia Flash and Zoomify technology to bring the rich detail of Persian illustrated manuscripts to online visitors.

Developed by: The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution

11/8 Star Wars: Clone Wars

The Cartoon Network uses Macromedia Flash to deliver an online adventure game promoting the new "Star Wars: Clone Wars" cartoon series, with chapters to appear online after their on-air premier.

Developed by: Cartoon Network New Media, with game development by Spazzco

11/7 MacUsers User Group

MacUsers built its entire website using Macromedia Studio MX 2004 on Mac OS X to deliver a simple, efficient site for its Apple product reviews, discounts, and meeting information.

Developed by: Chris Wronski - MacUsers User Group


DAKINE uses Macromedia Flash and ColdFusion to deliver a rich, branded site that delivers detailed product information targeted at outdoor sports enthusiasts.

Developed by: Summit Projects (Macromedia Alliance Partner)

11/5 BNL Media Gramophone

The Barenaked Ladies use Macromedia Flash MX Professional 2004 to deliver a custom media player that can easily stream audio and video content from their CDs to their website.

Developed by: Skeey Interactive

11/4 National Park Foundation

The National Park Foundation uses Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver to deliver a site that features people enjoying parks to help raise interest and support.

Developed by: Triad Communication

11/1 D.R.U.M

As part of the DVD campaign for its movie "Drumline", 20th Century Fox uses Macromedia Flash to deliver an online game in which users can build, play, and revise their own drum cadences.

Developed by: webmayhem