Elmore City Dance Club

Today we’re pleased to announce our new web experience — Elmore City Dance Club™. This new site was conceived, designed, and built by our first ever class of Jackson Fish summer interns – Tyler, Luke, and Alex. They’ve been working hard all summer, and we hope you’ll enjoy the result of their effort.

Elmore City Dance Club lets you make and share your very own dance. The site has a built-in tool that lets you create multi-step dance diagrams for one or two dancers, put your dance to music, and even embed a video of a performance of the dance you just created. Once posted you can embed your dance on your blog, webpage, or social network profile, and other people can comment on your dance or even post their own video responses.

If you’re interested in sponsoring ElmoreClub.com or know someone who might be, feel free to get in touch.

We’d love for you to check it out, see some dances, and maybe even create one of your own. Your feedback and comments are welcome and encouraged. Thanks for taking a few minutes to try out the new site if you get a moment.

P.S. Special thanks to everyone who attended tonight’s Secret Society meeting. They got to see the new site before anyone else. :)

3 Responses to Elmore City Dance Club

  1. Sunil Garg says:

    Congratulations on the launch — I think this is the most enjoyable JFM creation yet.

    We all had a lot of fun at the Secret Society meeting. Here’s to many more!

  2. Jon says:

    Yay! Congrats, guys.

  3. Atul says:

    Congratulations on the newest rollout, the flash experience was the fastest loading I’ve seen in a while, and very enjoyable to boot. The tuner metaphor worked for creation. I couldn’t resist trying to drag it around for the dances I viewed. Dance creation was quick and easy, and allowed me to discover the significance of the foot impression legend, which wasn’t obvious to me before.

    My favorite dance is the Leaping Gnome, though I’ll never be able to dance it! Keep it up!

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