Josh Porter’s slides from An Event Apart in Boston, June 2009.
Daniel Sato has been quietly experimenting with Vuvox. I like the way this feels interactive – cues the user to push buttons, lets the viewer scroll around to see what they want, instead of a one-way, click-play-and-wait presentation.
Built for Joomla, but there’s a “static PHP” version for WordPress or Drupal. js/CSS instead of Flash. Costs a few bucks.
Check out what Koci put together with a beta tool from Vuvox.com. Interactive package with multiple slideshows and other elements — if it’s as wysiwyg as their other tools, this is killer.
Automagic music video Flash slideshows. Cool, fun in a Soundslides-for-the-masses sort of way.
Nice Soundslides with perfect music and appropriate title cards, a sweet silent movie. Don’t ask me to play with a glove that small, ever.
A free flashy photo gallery dealy. via koci.
Tips here are applicable to online news slideshows as well: Don’t narrate, don’t repeat, tell a story, use movement.
NPPA first place news audio slideshow.
Great multimedia archives from a small paper – this is a static html page, looks like Dreamweaver migh have been involved, no comments on the galleries, etc. — But it gets the job done, and it looks good. via MFagans.