A coloring book for the Internet generation — Denver-based Creation Chamber’s Scribble may not be the most advanced macromedia project, but it certainly is one of the most kid-friendly. Choose a color and go wild — and please don’t stay inside the lines.

On May 15, Scribble and its Smithsonian Institution application featuring the postal museum won Macromedia’s “Site of the Day” award, the company’s fifth award of that type and another notch in the company’s Macromedia belt (Creation Chamber also became a Macromedia featured partner). “Sure, we’re honored,” said Creation Chamber founder and CEO Phil Lockwood as he doodles on an upside down airplane stamp. “I think it’s a testament to the team we have here. Joe Mease, one of the primary developer’s of the program, is one of the best illustrators out there.”

Graphically-interfaced coloring projects are about the only thing this innovative web development firm gets to do for fun these days as it is overloaded with fresh work to do. It recently announced the addition of sixteen new companies to its portfolio including Frontier Airlines, Comcast Corporation, The Smithsonian Institution and America Online.

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