At my student job over at the Student Unions & Activities at the U of MN, we just completed a pretty big project. It was tons of fun and we're still improving it. It is a WebKit-based touch screen directory application. There is no Flash, there is no Silverlight. It was written using jQuery, PHP, MySQL, and cutting edge CSS3. The floor maps were done primarily in Google SketchUp and I modified some in Photoshop with extra information. The app runs on a Mac Mini and uses a webcam to detect movement and stop the screensaver so people can use it.
My primary responsibilities included overall graphic design and UI (Photoshop, HTML, CSS3), some JS work, and some PHP work.
Big thanks goes out to the team: Ellie for her astounding SketchUp work, Zach for his managerial prowess, Ken for his awesome paging routines, Ethan for his JS ninja skills, Trent for his hardware expertise, and Sungho for getting the webcam working!