Experience a party the size of Brazil and connect to the rhythms and local traditions of six different cities. Pick from a series of live feeds, camera angles and performances from YouTube Live and Google+ Hangouts from your laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Facebook landing page advising users of secuirty and antivirus products available from partners. Users could then download software once for free.
The Email Intervention website is a smart-yet-cheeky attempt to boost Gmail users by empowering existing Gmail users to give their Hotmail, Yahoo! and AOL Mail-using friends a friendly push.
Zeitgeist Minds is a collection of inspiring videos from Google's Zeitgeist events.
Showcasing short films created, watched, and judged by users. From 15,000 entries down to just one winner who had their film shown at the Venice Film Festival.
Think Voices is a thought leadership platform showcasing videos featuring insights from the most compelling business personalities, thought leaders, marketers, and academics.
GE wanted to show they were powering the London Olympics by providing the 2012 venues with lights, power, medical equipment and more.
A global streaming event featuring an unreleased live performance of Dark Side of the Moon played every hour, on the hour. The performance, coupled with original Pink Floyd screen films, exclusive footage, and real-time social feeds animated on-top of the video.
Video adverts were loaded in real-time, simultaneously as they were broadcast during the US Superbowl. Users could view and vote on their favourites. This was YouTube’s first ever mobile brand channel and we wrote the guide on how to do it!
Absolute Radio launched it's interactive html5 app on Apple’s iAd platform to promote its Premier League commentary show. The activity aims to involve users in a “playful demonstration of what happens when football and music collide”.
The 'World's longest Mexican wave' campaign ran up to and during the 2010 Football World Cup. Users were encouraged to record or upload a wave which was then “stitched” together with other users videos to create the wave.
The website aim was to bring people together from around the web to express themselves by creating collaborative music videos. Visitors could record and then combine user performances to play alongside artists LMFAO. The winner had their entry remixed by will.i.am from the Black Eyed Peas.
HP invited users to submit a short video entry about themselves for a chance to win $300,000 – the catch, users couldn’t show their face! As a result of this campaign, the channel became the most successful YouTube brand channel ever created.