- For the third execution in our Boosted campaign for our clients Samsung and Intel, we created several hidden sites as easter eggs around the Internet and created a clue-based, Hangman-inspired quest through our Social Media channels to find them. The hook? The first person to visit a Secret Site won a Samsung Series 7 laptop. But the fun didn’t stop there, as each site was a love letter to one of our favorite Internet comedic mainstays: the single-serving site. Using the power of both Facebook and Twitter to create an exciting and unique game, we were able create a fully engaged and enthusiastic audience.
- —CallForAGoodTi.meUpon calling the Google Voice based phone number, users would get a daily useful tidbit on how to have a good time.
An homage to the grand-daddy of single purpose websites. Lady Zombo really would like Zombo to come home because dinner is getting cold.
- —WikiWikiWhat.comFast computers love fast things. Each time you clicked the button, we'd give you new speed based Wikipedia page.
Getting your message heard is all about understanding your audience. The audience of this website is Michael Bay, obviously.
This website is magical.
Gaze into the Swiss Alps while listening to the soothing melodies of a truly terrible MIDI file.
Type in your location and using Google Maps we'll tell you where the nearest place to play foosball is.
Each time you kiss the computer with your cursor, it responds by giving you some useless buzzword mumbo-jumbo all too commonly seen on modern spec sheets.
We made a lot of fake posters, hung them up, and probably confused many parts of NYC.
We finally made a website that the client was happy with the size of their logos. Also, don't you dare scroll down the page past the fold, because no one ever does that and there is obviously nothing to see down there. Certainly not a 38,000px long manifesto on why you're not as cool as this computer.