January 1, 2001
Here is a goodie for all you flashmeisters! They have adapted a mix of high tech and pixels to make a great site for inspiration and help with your flash files. Jakob Nielsen is a sad old man.
This is a beautiful site. They really know how to build their brand. The use of flash with html is delicately done.
A pixellated playground for anyone who likes pixels. A few really cool pixel games here. Check out PixelHugger in the field of Typography, it's fun stuff!
Ever wanted to throw bricks at people riding their stupid micro scooters around like retards? This is your chance - and it's all in flash!
"Funky site for music lovers." The site belongs to a company that records, produces, promotes and distributes bands and artists on the web. It's a cool toon town.
The web seems to be full of great sites like this one. It is the online portfolio of photographer Scott Baggett. I have never heard of it before, but is well-designed and includes lots of cool photos.
Their site is just as simple and pleasing to the eye as their products. The simple effects, the clean motion and the sans-serif fonts. I don't even think they've used flash here.
Here is a (relatively) old site. But as it is one the great classics (according to me), it has to be included in this index. Make sure to check out the first link (safeplaces).
A simple and nice flash portfolio with architectural photos. The site is actually done by Fourm, but it looks very much like what WIREFRAME could come up with.
Here is another classic site. Noodlebox has classic stuff like 'The Bad Eyes' and 'Little Land'. Doubleclick the room of your choice to play and have fun.
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