Creative web design in the ‘00s was dominated by websites made with Flash. Sites such as tokyoplastic, Who’s We Studios, Get The Glass, and We Choose the Moon set pulses racing across the globe. However, in 2010, that was all about to change. A double whammy pretty much wiped Flash out in one fell swoop. In April 2010, Steve Jobs wrote his “Thoughts on Flash” and the aftershock was of epic proportions. Almost overnight, Flash became the darkness of the web and was shunned widely. Many defined this moment as “The Death of Flash.” The dawning of a new era:…

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