Site of the Week (July 27 - August 4)

If you wish to be considered for this week, please read the summary of rules:

  1. Reply by the end of August 4th 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 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.

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Submissions must be actual websites with sections and content. Examples of ineligible include (but not limited to) flash games, movies, etc.

  4. There will be a private poll among the moderators and a winner will be announced.

  5. 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. However, mod critiques will be posted when a winner has been selected.

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.

Kirupa :inc:

Hammond River Angling Association is a community organization site
[email protected]

The online features are easily updateable text or xml files.
See the various photo albums, including a sound accompied version.
The Creel Survey provides online feedback and contact for their local concern, yet can be data updated anytime, or reused for different locals.


Hello everyone!
Here is my submission:
and my e-mail address:
[email protected]

This is my portfolio site. I wanted to give it an old fashioned feeling and make the user feel at home.

Thanks for looking! Have a great day.

I have just finished the website for the company I work for, we are quite a small games developer based in the UK. Anyway, check out the site at


Name: itworks v4


Email: [email protected]

Description: My personal porfolio, all content is dynamic using XML, you can change to a different language at run time, also all the colors and sizes of the panel are dynamic and can be set independently.


email: [email protected]

short description: This is my personal CV, its a sudo 3D enviroment created purely in flash, you have to drop the character so that he “lands” in the boxes… use the shadow as an aiming device :slight_smile:

Under the media section the areas show up as popup windows so please disable your popup blocker :slight_smile:

thanks :smiley:

[color=black][font=Times New Roman][font=Verdana][size=1]This is my personal Website portfolio. I am using some heavy action scripting for animation transitions to know where the user is at, what was clicked and where they are coming from to animate things in and out. I am also using a dynamic XML scroller for the NOTES/NEWS blog. The my photo album in the about me section uses XML to dynamically display the thumbnails, links to open the main image, image description and the link on the main image. The contact page uses PHP to process the e-mailer which sends me the e-mail and a confirmation to the user.[/size][/font][/font][/color]

[color=black][font=Times New Roman][font=Verdana][size=1]–aaron[/size][/font][/font][/color]

Aaron - a URL would help :slight_smile:

my bad…I had it in, then I deleted it by accident.


My email is: [email protected]
My url is:

This is my company website (NextWorld). NextWorld Design is brand new, only a few months old. I was really stoked about the site because I am only 16 and I think the site turned out pretty good.

Chris Smith

Freedomedia - Whisper // Portfolio of 15 yr old creative, Thomas Ling.

Email: [email protected]

[email protected]

Low bandwidth: flash

High bandwidth: flash + AfterFX

Both: all content is loaded via XML scripts and processed through and through. Very little load time on the low, totaling to 54 kb for the entire site. Animations are coded, content is coded, design is coded, all is OOP.

You can find information on me on the “profile” page of my site. I am a freelance web designer but currently working at Ego7.

Thanks, good luck choosing. :slight_smile:
[email protected]

personal web portfolio of JIDE Pinheiro.

I use the latest web design tools, to
create a one-of-a-kind website to suit each
unique client. I work closely with my client to
deliver the best possible outcome.

Yeye - the submissions are capped at 10 max each week. Try next week though :thumb:.

Err, my bad. Runs From Mods

Here is my submission for the featured site.

iDS - Ichor Digital Studios creates stunning multimedia experiences that stimulate the senses and touch the emotions.

After the voting, the results are as follows:

flashshe 0%
sl25 0%
[size=5]itworks 100.00%[/size]
goSTE 0%
aaronmatthew 0%
nextworld 0%
aveceva 0%
liquidium 0%

Congratulations to **itworks **for winning this week’s SOTW! You will be featured on the main page of for this week. You may also post a graphical award from this page:

Good job to all the participants. One of the valuable aspects of SOTW is to get valuable feedback about your site and get an idea of how well it stands beside some of the best on the web. Mod critiques will be posted shortly.

Kirupa :cons:

flashshe: No music off (or mute) button, found music annoying. site is not bad , based on the old theme you were going for why did you have a modern clock? photos are a good idea, but your animation through the site seems to be a little slow, maybe put up the frame rate. disliked the information being layed onto the background in white type, hard to read… needs work.

sl25: cool site, orange type is on the border line of hard to read and legiable. Nav is cool, sound fx are alright, site layout clean and tight.

itworks: i really like this site, the stripes background with a touch of grunge works really well, i tend to dislike grunge work but this is perfect. i like how the site content changes colour (+logo) in different section, nice touch. i think the site itself could of been a little longer, but itworks (pun intended :P) :wink:

goSTE: i thought the interactivity was nice and different with this site with the little character needed to be droped in a section, but its seems to be the only cool thing about the site, the rest of the site design wise seems pretty poor. maybe some more interesting things for the character to interact with to go to different section, also i think the images dont fit the character or site, vector background would of worked better.

aaronmatthew: site looks nice. sections are easy to go through and content is fun to look at. i like the idea of the subtle pictures of friends and family. sounds remind me of a game i played ages ago “Dog day”… hehe anywaz , great work.

nextworld: music too much, too busy, i turned it off pretty much straight away. site design looks ok, dislike the typography on the menu, with the effects you used on it, they have lost their legiablility. effects onthe buttons are ok, but i think the site itself is a pretty picture that only changes in one section (content type) which tends to get boring very quickly.

aveceva: site still looks the same since when i first commented on it a few weeks ago, no changes i can see have been implemented, i still dislike the ability section regarding the circle, they look like rounded circles that are very pixelated, also music loop is not clean, with a little “bump” at the end, also i think the loop is too short.

liquidium: site navigation is interesting, a too hard to work with though, the hit state is too tight, i seem to always hit the rollout and I find myself going back to start again, i think you need to increase the active hitstate just a touch greater than the buttons themselves. but the rest was alright, content seems ok and the transition effect is original.