"Because of Julia Child's celebrity status and her significance in modern American history, the Smithsonian Institution wanted to increase the public access to her kitchen \ now being displayed at the National Museum of American History. A requirement of the project was to allow people to explore the kitchen and learn from Julia herself," said Michelle Chambers, president and founder, New Tilt. "Julia's Kitchen Wisdom: The Bon AppétitWeb site is about connections—connecting information in one part of the site to information in another part of the site—all without losing context. Every object and every corner of Julia Child's kitchen tells a story. Combining still images of Julia, the kitchen and the kitchen objects with Julia's incomparable voice through video and audio clips, we have created an experience that is as close to meeting Julia in her kitchen as you can get online. We took full advantage of Flash MX to create a dynamically rendered object catalog that can be sorted by topic. The user can see how objects that are seemingly unrelated can be grouped in such a way as to create ‘meaning.’ The Bon Appétit Web site offers a sophisticated navigation system that allows visitors to learn about the stories associated with the objects Julia used during her long career as a cook and educator as well as her own history and how she came to be the symbol of twentieth-century cooking."