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Beksinski
Sep 14, 2004
A fine array of images leaps from the pages of this artist's portfolio. Likewise, the unusual navigation menu seems to follow you like a curious wandering vine as you trek across the page. This Dark Style Flash site is truly, eerily alive.
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Taorestaurant
Sep 14, 2004
Mmm...a Japanese restaurant opens before your eyes. The delicious background colors and vivid photographs on this Retro Flash site certainly whet the appetite.
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Huidilauhoff
Sep 14, 2004
Playful images of well-dressed, elegant women fill the website visitor with the desire to join in on the fun being had by all in this Minimalist Flash site. There's no better way to get a shopper to buy.
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FlirtCosmetics
Sep 14, 2004
Flirtcosmetics.com illustrates the importance of cosmetics one click at a time. Alluring models appear and disappear in this Clean Style Flash site, giving the visitor the impression that it´s all just a tease, an innocent game of peek-a-boo. Ultra feminine. Ultra effective.
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Howies
Sep 14, 2004
This fashion site, successfully executed in Clean Style, gets top marks in usability. Here Flash effects are lightweight yet impressive.
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DigitalBrand
Sep 14, 2004
This Clean Style Flash site proves that understanding your target audience is one of the keys to building a successful business. Created with website authors in mind, it offers original navigation among other things.
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Save Nemo
Sep 14, 2004
'Save Nemo' won the award for 'Best Animated Film' and the site deserves an honorable mention. Check out this Cartoon Style site swimming in adorable Flash effects.
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Suponix
Sep 14, 2004
The sky is the limit, according to web design firm Suponix. And literally, their Corporate Style main page illustrates this motto. Here an interactive Martian rover shows the scope of their 3D capabilities.
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RobVanPetten
Sep 14, 2004
Aggressive yet functional Clean Style site design enables photographer Robert Van Petten completely and effortlessly to unfold his portfolio. Notice the Flash enhances the experience without distracting from the site's content.
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TigerBeer
Sep 14, 2004
The absence of some links and uncomfortable navigation are balanced by the design of this Artworks Style website. Visitors will enjoy the rich colors and Tiger Beer's ads built with Flash.
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2TurnMedia
Sep 14, 2004
'Art mimics life' intones 2TurnMedia on its main page. And then they proceed to build a convincing argument that design follows art. Check out this very lively Clean Style Flash site.
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Reef1
Sep 14, 2004
Surfers and skateboarders gather round! This surf inspired Clean Style website features clothing, footwear and sport related articles as well as relevant events postings. You'll find some wet and wild Flash downlads.
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SmartDesignus
Sep 14, 2004
While the navigation system is somewhat confusing, visitors seeking Minimalist design inspiration will appreciate the site's economy.
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Nike
Sep 14, 2004
Inspiration and innovation are two of Nike's bywords, and their Clean Style website is nothing if not inspiring. Enjoy the Flash effects and expanding menu.
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B7ven
Sep 14, 2004
Placing modernity in a slide show gives elegance to this web designer's site executed in Geometric Clean Style.
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JuxtInteractive
Sep 14, 2004
Executed in Collage Style, this Flash-based website offers an unconventional menu and impressive page to page transitions.
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Shimano
Sep 14, 2004
The bothersome pop up menu in this Dark Style site greatly reduces usability. However, site visitors will enjoy Flash effects.
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Tagheuer
Sep 14, 2004
Passionate about precision? You'll enjoy this Clean Style site. Here Flash effects move like clockwork with minimal load time.
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Sep 14, 2004
The main page of this Geometric Style main page resembles the wall in an electronics store where you are faced with hundreds of television screens, each of which is showing a different film or television series. Here form follows content.
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GravicDesign
Sep 14, 2004
Following the advice of architect and designer Frank Lloyd Wright, this Geometric Style site wields high impact with its minimalist approach. Here form follows content.
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