Best Flash Portfolio Site?

Apr 20 2009 by Jacob Gube | 58 Comments

Flash portfolio sites can give visitors an unrivaled and memorable experience, as well as show off the designer’s capabilities in creating Flash-based sites.

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Warm Forest, a provider of high-quality Flash templates made specifically for designers, and Six Revisions have teamed up to give a couple of winners a chance to win an Aspen Flash template worth $89 each. By stating what you think the best Flash portfolio site is – you automatically receive the chance to be one of the winners of the Flash template.

How to participate

To vote, simply leave a comment below with the URL of the best Flash portfolio site in the following format:

vote: http://websiteurl.com

The details

  • You must leave a valid email address when filling up the comment form so that we can contact you if you’ve won.
  • You can only cast your vote once.
  • Contest ends on April 27, 2009, after which comments will be disabled.
  • Winners will be selected at random using a MySQL query similar to other contests.
  • Format your vote as specified or you risk the chance of not being able to participate.

About Warm Forest

Warm Forest offers super-customizable Flash templates made specifically for designers. Easily customize all aspects of the site – from adding your own logo to changing all the colors – without knowing any ActionScript or even owning Flash. All sites are designed with a strong focus on typography, grids and usability. The ActionScript source code is included so designers with an interest in Flash can learn how a professional, best practices following Flash site is put together.

58 Comments

A Working Class Hero

April 20th, 2009

vote: http://www.selftitled.ca

Satrion

April 20th, 2009

vote : orangedan.net

Craig Huffstetler

April 22nd, 2009

Vote: http://www.okaydave.com/

Adrian

April 26th, 2009

vote: thefwa.com

John

April 27th, 2009

vote: http://www.forvae.org

previous was wrong :)