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April 14th, 2006, 03:35 PM #1
Site of the Week (April 14 - April 21)
If you wish to be considered for this week, please read the summary of rules:
1) Reply by the end of April 21st to be considered for this week's award.
2) Include the URL and your email address.
Only the webmaster/creator of the site can submit.
Only one submission per person per week.
Submissions are capped at 10 entries each week, so don't wait or hesitate until the last minute. Entries beyond the 10 entry limit will not be eligible for the SOTW for that particular week.
Include a brief synopsis of your site inluding its purpose, or maybe some features you wouldn't want anyone to miss.
3) Your site does not have to be full Flash to be eligible. Whilst you still must employ Flash to some extent, we are also looking for the overall design and usability of your site, not just your Flash skills.
4) While it is understood that sites are perpetually under construction, please submit only complete sites. Do not submit a site that is less than 80% finished.
5) Submissions must be actual websites with sections and content. Examples of ineligible include (but not limited to) flash games, movies, etc.
6) There will be a private poll among the moderators and a winner will be announced.
7) No critiques or feedback is allowed in the submission thread. If you wish a concentrated critique of your site, you may start a thread in Site Check.
8) If you posted a entry in SOTW within the past two weeks, and that entry was among the first 10 entries for that week, then you will be ineligible to re-submit your site. There is now a two week cool-off period between submitting sites.
For more information or questions, please refer to the Official SOTW Rules. Once you have read and understand the rules above, you may submit your site to this thread. Sites not adhering to the rules above will be disqualified and deleted. Submitting your site is an agreement and acceptance of the rules.
April 14th, 2006, 03:50 PM #2
April 14th, 2006, 03:56 PM #33mmmm... coffee
Info: It's the newest version of my personal portfolio that I use for my web design business, this time with sort of a clockwork steam-punk design to vary things a bit. Video was shot with a digital camera on a tripod, then run through editing software for style and to work within flash. Background gears and interface were 3D modeled and keyframed.
Matthew D. Jordan
Last edited by Glacius-Vector; April 16th, 2006 at 11:01 AM.
April 14th, 2006, 04:48 PM #412Registered User
flash and xml driven website for the hxc, metalcore, scene & emo brand Abandoned Clothing from orange county california.
Abandoned Clothing provides you with apparel ranging from t-shirts, hats, hoodies, beanies, belts, babydolls and much more.
April 15th, 2006, 02:31 PM #54Registered User
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April 16th, 2006, 08:19 PM #9Originally Posted by williby27
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April 20th, 2006, 12:49 PM #159Registered User
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