The Live Positively Site was a site from Coca-Cola built to raise the awareness about its large number of public outreach programs. The site had a calendar of public events, and served as a collective information hub for all the programs by Coke around the country.
As the lead developer and architect on the project, I worked with other junior developers to construct the site using the Adobe Flex 3.0 framework. The site pulled in information using various .NET services calls that proxied information from an external Coke Server driven by its own CMS.
The site was very visually dynamic, and mimicked a scrollable parallax environment that users panned through as they visited different pillars of content.
The site was very successful, and earned an Adobe Site of the Day award when it was released. The initial release was more an experiment to see how the idea would be received, and due to the large amounts of favorable feedback on the project, Coke has since expanded the site to include much more content on both country wide and local events.