Flash can be beautiful. Flash can be subtle. Flash can
entertain you. But Flash can also be functional by reducing
long dreary pages to tiny little gadgets. Flash can do anything
you want it to do.
We have used Flash for a variety of purposes such as:
- splash pages (those colorful animated pages before
you arrive at a company's home page)
- aesthetic reasons to achieve subtle, beautiful designs
- gadgets such as interactive meals that helps users
figure out nutritional values of commonly consumed meals
- functional reasons by reducing a huge number of contact
pages, directions, office locations, and e-mail directory
into one tiny, easy-to-use page
In the last few years, many of our clients have requested
that they want to be able to make edits to their own sites
(rather than have to call us every time). In order to make Flash work
with our Publishing Tool, we have created a layer between the Flash front-end
and the back-end database. As a result, when clients make changes using
our Publishing Tool, their Flash site (as well
as flat site, if they have one) are automatically updated.
Now that Flash plug-ins have become standard, we are utilizing
Flash more and more. However, we only use it if we cannot
attain the same effect utilizing standard browser functionality.
We always try to use the simplest technology possible to
ensure cross-platform and cross-browser compatibility. When
we do use Flash, we try to make do with the oldest plug-in
so that your users do not have to download the latest plug-in
just to see your site.