When flash was born in 1996, it became the hippest and most progressive tool for illustrators, animators and motion graphic artists alike — but where is flash now?
Luxurious websites are beautiful as much as stunning. As you would think, most of the sites are in the jewellery, hotel and resort industries. Companies that sell expensive, exclusive services and/or products obviously need to market themselves that way.
Movie posts are tough, because they become so outdated so quickly. I do think that it’s good to look at these type of posts because it’s a quick glimpse into web design trends in the movie industry.
I’d like to start by thanking Inspiredology for sending me to the Flash in the Can (FITC) conference in San Francisco. You not only gave me a ticket, but you gave me an unmatched insight into what little I knew about Flash.
That’s right! We’ve joined forces with FITC [Flash In The Can] for another event. We had a blast at FITC Toronto this year, so when asked if we would help support the San Francisco event we did not hesitate!
So yesterday I had the oppotunity to interview Best Canadian Designer nominee John Thai at this years FITC, today, Greg Beldam. You might not now this young kid quite yet, but you will. He is nominated for Most Promising Canadian Student Designer in this years FITC. I wish Greg, all the luck in striving to…