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[http://www.evb.com/] = Evolution Bureau
creates compelling and entertaining interactive media content. The site
for this San Francisco based studio is a breath of fresh air. A very simple,
colourful and effective site with one of the best ways of displaying a
portfolio you will
August: Working Title Films [http://www.workingtitlefilms.com/] = British based Working Title Films is run by producers Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner who produced those comic classics Bridget Jones’s diary, Notting Hill, Four Weddings and the new Ali G movie.
September: Ford F150 [http://f150.fordvehicles.com/trucks/f150] = Experience the new F150 pickup truck from Ford in this multimedia walkthrough with your host, Rick Titus of Drivers Talk Radio (Designer/ developer interview #41 and #69 at FWA).
Brief news for the second quarter:
5 new interviews were published with some of the world’s leading Flash, web design and motion graphics experts, taking the total to nearly 100 interviews to date.
The winners’ “Directory” has grown and now hosts over 650 of the world’s best Flash and cutting edge sites, through 17 different categories for ease of browsing.
After over 3 years online FWA has teamed up with a leading U.S.A. design/development agency to deliver a new cutting edge website.
FWA is an industry recognised award program based in England and is one of the world's top awards. By scouting the web and evaluating nominated sites, using a well established criteria and evaluation procedure, FWA selects and showcases future thinking, progressively designed sites who use cutting edge technology.
Sponsorship opportunities will be available for the new FWA website. Representatives of high profile companies who would like a link to our "SPONSOR PRESS PACK", in the first instance, should contact us by email on: sponsor--at--favouritewebsiteawards.com
What the industry say about FWA:
Macromedia.com: "Links to the best
websites containing Macromedia Flash and
Yahoo.com: "Favourite Website Awards
- when it comes to Flash style, they
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