TheKingpin got their new flash animation by running a design contest:
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Check out TheKingpin's Flash Animation contest…
Update: I see enough entries that I like, please do not submit any more entries. Thank You. We need a Flash design that cycles through about 30+ images for a corporate website. The dimensions for the design should be 550 width by 212 height. I'll attach a link to the .psd file which will give you a better idea of that shadow effect.
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Tagline: None Desired Color Scheme: Red / Silver - More details on the post We need a Flash design that cycles through about 30+ images for a corporate website. The dimensions for the design should be 550px width by 212px height, which includes the shadow effect that we are using for the static images. I'll attach a link to the .psd file which will give you a better idea of that shadow effect. I'll also include a link on the post where you can download some of the images that you can make use of. Once we select the winner we'll provide them with the rest of the images. The flash animation doesn't have to be interactive because it should automatically just cycle through the images, but if you have a better idea then go for it. We'll be placing this animation directly on the homepage for visitors to see. If possible try to use a loader animation while the images are loading. I'm looking forward to seeing some really good flash animations.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their flash animation.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
TheKingpin collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
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