"Flash can do whatever a designer can imagine it can do. The only limit is your imagination" Eric Jordan, 2Advanced.
(Take a look as Eric Jordan's company website if you get the chance. He takes upon a futuristic approach which looks very computer gamer style.... you will understand what I say when you see it.) 2Advanced.com
As I now realize how hard flash is and the amount of work that goes into these websites, take a look at the official site made for actor Jim Carrey.
The reason I find this site so exiting when I visit it, is the fact it feels interactive and engages the viewer. I do admit the downside to this website is that the navigation is not very good. The website was made by a Californian studio called ‘65’ (http://www.65media.com/)
They seem to be the advanced Flash web designers out there who create impressive sites for big movies e.g The Simpsons, Australia, Mummy III, Monster Inc and the list goes on.
Another site I found was http://www.zugara.com/streets/site/index.html
Yet another flash based website. This site is interactive trying to get the audience involved in the sites theme (street RBK- Reebok) and through games and events you are unaware but am being sold RBK goods… great way to sell your product. I am a huge fan of interactive sites as I feel it if much more playful and for that reason interacts and touches the viewer better than a flat site.
The site was designed by Zugara a Californian studio who says there objective is to stay focused on adhering their client’s campaign as apposed to creating a ‘pretty’ site or application that does not reach it’s attended target audience.