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August 27, 2003

With the upcoming release of MX 2004 the macromedia.com website has added several articles highlighting the new features of each product.

Macromedia MX 2004: Creating Better Experiences
by Norm Meyrowitz
Norm Meyrowitz tells how the new family of products will help you make a big difference for your users.

What's New in Macromedia Flash MX 2004
by Phillip Kerman
Data binding, forms, video, more: Find out about revolutionary new features for app developers from Phillip Kerman.

What's New in Dreamweaver MX 2004
by Jennifer Taylor
Hear what Dreamweaver Product Manager Jennifer Taylor has to say about the new version.

What's New in Fireworks MX 2004
by Kim Cavanaugh
Hear Kim Cavanaugh's top 10 reasons to love Fireworks MX 2004.

macromedia.com 2004 Update
by Al Ramadan
Al Ramadan introduces you to macromedia.com 2004: the experience that is the new site design.

The New macromedia.com: An Experience That Simply Works Better
by Les Schmidt
Les Schmidt tells you why and how Macromedia executed the new design of macromedia.com.

Behind the New, New macromedia.com
by Tony Lopez and David Hatch
Learn how the new site structure improves user experience, addresses core concerns, and makes good business sense.

New in the Developer Center: 10 Improvements, MX 2004 Content Preview
by Craig Goodman
Find out what's changedand what's comingin the Developer Center.


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