Google tapped Camp Creative to produce a launch video and four tutorial videos for the latest Google+ product, Google+ Events. “A Day of Sailing” highlights the beautiful new interface users interact with to create and post content to event pages. In addition to being featured on Google’s blog and throughout Google+, the launch video was presented during Vic Gundotra’s keynote address at Google IO. Directed by Adam Planas with Motion Graphics Design by Jordan Camp, these videos required a lot of hours and teamwork to complete. Watch all of the videos on the Google+ Events Learn More page.
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Today marks the launch of a more user friendly Google+. Camp Creative produced this short launch video that highlights design and functionality improvements to the increasingly popular social media platform. Set to Kina Grannis’s “World in Front of Me,” the video explores new features and shares an updated user interface that allows Google+ users to interact and share with larger images, customizable navigation and an updated profile. Watch the video here.
Introducing Google Play, Google’s all things Android in one place service. Camp Creative produced for Google’s in house agency Studio G an analog representation of digital services contained in a briefcase. Operated by six puppeteers and supplemented with post-production effects from design studio HOPR, the kluged mechanics of a music box, telephone, movie projector, puzzles and books did work as a practical device with the camera movement designed in one continuous take. Adweek named the Google Play launch video as Ad of the Day. Other articles on the video: Creativity Online, PhoneArena. Watch the video here.
In the world of business, what do customers, developers, suppliers, partners, co-workers, citizens, consultants and people have in common? Participation. Everyone and everything is connected to the human network. Together we create new value for businesses, governments and other organizations. Cisco calls this, “The Power of Participation”. This week we launched a new video that captures the vision of what Cisco Networks and Collaboration Technologies look like in the age of participation. See the video here.
How? Through an unusual research study to find out what people really think. The folks at SS+K figured out a way to to blow away preconceptions of the new 2011 Buick Regal by removing logos, have them test drive, then reveal the brand. Camp Creative director Richard Camp, spent 8 days capturing over 250 hours of footage. That content became a series of clever online videos placed on momentoftruth.com and YouTube. See the YouTube videos here. See the case study video that captures the whole experience here.