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October 2003 Site of the Day Archive

10/31 Tribesoft

As a fun way to show potential clients the kind of applications it can develop, Tribesoft uses Macromedia Studio MX to empower site visitors to create their own creatures with its drag-and-drop interface.

Developed by: Tribesoft

10/30 The Home Marketplace

The Home Marketplace rebuilt its entire e-commerce site with Macromedia ColdFusion 6.1 for JRun, and now visitors are shown different products, pricing, discounts, and offers based on how they arrive at the site.

Developed by: The Home Marketplace (Macromedia Alliance Partner)

10/29 New York City Fire Department

Macromedia Studio enables the New York City Fire department to deliver critical news updates and resources within an easy-to-manage site.

Developed by: FDNY Web Team

10/28 Dave Mirra Fan Club

Combining a ColdFusion back end and management system with Macromedia Flash video and interactivity, the official Dave Mirra Fan Club website delivers a user experience that deftly combines membership, commerce, and information.

Developed by: Rise Interactive

10/25 Return to Afghanistan

Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive uses Macromedia Flash, Dreamweaver, and FreeHand to deliver video content within a flexible site that incorporates maps and other information to document the rebuilding of Afghanistan toward a more hopeful future.

Developed by: Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive

10/24 The Infinity Home Collection

The Infinity Home Collection uses Macromedia Flash to deliver an interactive site that showcases its custom home-building skills through a fluid, stylish web presence.

Developed by: Xylem Interactive

10/23 Colorado Avalanche

The official website for the Colorado Avalanche hockey team uses Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver to create a hybrid site that delivers a great experience to its fans.

Developed by: Colorado Avalanche Hockey Club

10/22 Animal Precinct 2

Animal Planet uses Macromedia Flash to deliver broadband video content to the Animal Precinct companion site, where visitors can select chapters, respond to text prompts, and open pop-up video windows.

Developed by: Animal Planet

10/21 Confluence Greenway

The Confluence Greenway website enables nontechnical users to update static files with Macromedia Contribute 2, which are then loaded at run-time as part of this quick-loading, interactive Flash site.

Developed by: 501creative

10/18 Burger King Official Web Site

Using Macromedia Flash, Fireworks, and Dreamweaver, Burger King allows visitors to have it their way and choose from a website smorgasbord: downloadable coupons, interactive games, nutrition updates--even a video "webmercial."

Developed by: VML (Macromedia Alliance Partner)

10/17 First in Flight

Thanks to Macromedia Flash and Fireworks, visitors can experience the Wright Brothers' Kitty Hawk beach shack, 1903 Flyer, and re-created first flights in this online companion to the Discovery Channel feature.

Developed by: Discovery Channel

10/16 Rubbermaid Tough Tools

Rubbermaid nails its new online look by featuring its rubber-encased tool products and home project tips with Macromedia Studio MX.

Developed by: Newell-Rubbermaid

10/15 Tractor Supply Co.

With the combined horsepower of Macromedia Flash, Fireworks, and Dreamweaver, the Tractor Supply Co. offers online expertise and a comprehensive catalog to farmers everywhere.

Developed by: Carmichael Lynch

10/14 Peabody Institute

Using Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver, the Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University strikes the right note online by showcasing its academic programs, campus life, and upcoming events.

Developed by: noinc

10/13 Forsman & Bodenfors

Using Macromedia Flash, this Swedish ad agency explores new creative depths in its streaming underwater-themed portfolio fantasia.

Developed by: Forsman & Bodenfors, North Kingdom and Thomson

10/10 Brooks Brothers 185th Anniversary

With a little help from Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver, the Brooks Brothers site goes from frumpy to Flash — and gets an e-commerce makeover to boot.

Developed by: Andrew Longo and Michael Ray of Brooks Brothers

10/9 Jaguar 2004 XJ

Using Macromedia Flash, Jaguar previews its 2004 XJ through a virtual showroom, gallery, new exterior and interior features, and optional video clips of the Big Cat in action.

Developed by: Global Beach Group

10/8 IKEA: Living With Kids

Using Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver, this IKEA microsite provides ways parents can design for — and around — their kids.

Developed by: Amnesia Group (Macromedia Alliance Partner)

10/4 Stories of Krishna

Using Macromedia Flash and FreeHand, the Seattle Art Museum delivers a site which allows visitors to interactively explore the world of Krishna, the Hindu god.

Developed by: Seattle Art Museum New Media Team

10/3 Auburn University School of Architecture

These are a few of our favorite things: Swiss grids, clean type, and XML — and made with Dreamweaver and Flash.

Developed by: SO-AD (David Burns and Abigail Hart Gray) and Brandon Padron

10/2 Animal Precinct 2

In this broadband companion piece to TV show "Animal Precinct", you can also click on elements inside the site's videos — a trick Macromedia Flash makes possible.

Developed by: Animal Planet - Hans Weise and Dan Linfield


What would an '80s pop-culture revival be without designer jeans? Explore the evolution of a style in the ad archive featuring '80s Jordache commercials. Site built with Dreamweaver and Flash.

Developed by: Jordache - Charles Flores