To help launch a new product to bring teens back into the Lunchables franchise, I helped develop this integrated program to give context and life to the idea of "uploaded."
A microsite featured original content with Rob Dyrdek and a group of teen performers, as well as a host of other content dedicated to giving meaning to the word uploaded. At the same time, each bit of content encouraged those brave enough to submit their own spins of what was presented.
The program was designed to work across web, mobile and tablet devices. It was supported with a media partnership with MTV for Dyrdek's show "Ridiculousness", as well as social components.
The experience itself was effectively a customized YouTube experience that also allowed for static content. This not only increased the visibility of the program, but allowed for kids to contribute through a familiar process.
When arriving at the site for the first time, users could watch an introductory video that explained the concept and the new definition of "uploaded."
Multiple videos, released over time, gave added dimension to the concept of "uploaded" and invited kids to add their own spin.
The site itself was divided into sections that flowed into each other: Rob's challenge videos, a call to submit, a tiled section of additional video and photo content, and a social feed with a product showcase.
New content was released over the course of the program.
The video content was balanced between Rob Dyrdek videos and videos we scripted and shot with middle school aged kids.
The program worked seamlessly across web, mobile and tablet.
Part of the media buy included a featured placement on Xbox Live.
We worked with Rob Dyrdek's production team to develop additional original video content that was featured on tags during Rob's show "Ridiculousness." These tags also integrated a TV spot for the product.