Not as popular as it was (thanks to the increasingly out-on-a-limb Apple) but Flash can still do some pretty amazing things. And with the growing support in modern browsers of HTML5 and CSS3, you can still make some pretty amazing stuff happen online.
From Cisco to the Science Museum and all points in between, we’ve created super-successful flash interactives, games and ad banner campaigns that have fired the imagination of users all across the globe, even if we do say so ourselves (which we do).
Our games have featured on many a high-profile website over the years and our clients love the sense of theatre they bring to their sites. Our game "Dr. Strangeblix" (built all those years ago when everyone knew what WMDs were) had tens of thousands of players a week trying their luck. More recently, we've made gory but mildly amusing interactives for the Science Museum's medical history website "Brought to Life".
So if you want to let your users know the best way to cut someone’s leg off in the 18th century, kill invading alien hordes, discover weapons of mass destruction or just keep a virtual football in the air, we can make it happen.