My latest experience in Flash was to create a prototype alarm clock application for the iPhone. The application needed to include a feature for a radio, an alarm clock, and a calendar. I used flash to make the application somewhat functional. The unique thing about this Flash project was that it was primarily a design assignment, but I designed it entirely in Flash. We had the option to design it in Photoshop or Illustrator, but I wanted to take advantage of the design elements in Flash. During this process, I found Flash to have a great deal of design potential. Depending on the task, some things are significantly easier to design in Flash, but that comes with its own set of limitations. I was happy with the overall design of the application, based on UNC athletics. From a functionality standpoint, I only had the time to make the four icons in the navigation active. They simply navigated to each corresponding page. In due time, I would like to add more interactivity and design it in better detail. When it comes to designing in Flash, it definitely has potential to handle most simple elements; however, complex design projects are best suited for Photoshop or Illustrator.