WOW! Check out the new Ferrari.com web site – powered by SharePoint Server 2007!
Lots of great information – plenty of images and videos and a great way to follow your favorite driver and team.
I’ve heard that there was a great team that contributed to this site, and I can’t wait to learn more of the stories about how the development, design, and implementation of this site occurred.
Ferrari is an amazing company, and I’m sure that this project was handled in a top-flight way.
The virtual tour through the Ferrari facilities and the quick wind tunnel view in the launch video is pretty cool!
Oh, and, don’t forget - there’s a Formula 1 Grand Prix race today in Australia! (Of course by the time most of you see this, the race will be over.)
Here is a video about the launch of the site.
It’s very informative web site. They have a description of all of the cars that they sell. I even found the one particular model that was closest to my price range.
The Nielsen Norman Group’s "Intranet Design Annual 2008: Year’s Ten Best Intranets" contest has announced their winners and produced a report describing their selections. See the web site and download the report here.
One of the winners was built on the MOSS platform – the New Zealand Ministry of Transport.
Chandima Kulathilake has posted up some details and a couple of screen shots about the implementation and design of this site.
The use of silverlight to help with the display of survey results was interesting, and the tag management stuff was really cool.
DirectEnergy.com has launched a good-looking site based on MOSS. Way to go! We need some great examples of corporate internet sites for the public. Let me know if any that you find, and I’ll add them to the list of public SharePoint sites over on the side.