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Fantasy Interactive

Amazing use of Flash over at F.I. The design is “ok”, but what strikes me is the way they handled their case studies. Each one is like a small short-film, bringing you into the project both from the clients end and F.I.’s. First time I have seen a design company publish something about themselves in this way, and it definitley works. I haven’t had time to look at them all, but the one that grabbed me the most is their “Road Runner” case study. Oh, and in case you don’t realize…you’ll need sound on. (Tip: you can adjust the quality of the streaming video in the top bar of the stage where the case study plays.)

After you are done, you’ll want to go see all the cool content delivery things they did at Road Runner’s site. Unfortunatly, only members can access the really cool features :(…sorry.

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  1. Wow. That was inspiring.

    Did you see the icons at the bottom of the page linking to the supporting documents and links – they’re almost as cool (maybe cooler?) than the video.

    Also, did you see the Flash-based Google they developed to run within RR.com?

    Awesome.

  2. No, I didn’t get a chance to check out the bottom of the page, but I just did and I see what you mean. The “design” link was my fav ;-)…they should put them in a space more accessable, or at least clue us in that there is more…especially for those up us who are lazy and don’t like to scroll down :-). I was so impressed with the content in the initial space on pageLoad, that I assumed there could be nothing better at the bottom of the page, as is the case in so many other sites. Thanks for focusing my attention.