Show Your Pride: Just Moo

I’m happy to announce that we just lanched today a campaign for the Dairy Farmers of Canada. My part in this was to do develop the microsite, but their was an entire team working on the facebook application, the banners, the widget. We worked really hard on this and I think this is going to be a sucessfull campaign. I went on again using PureMVC even if this was more a website than an application and I can say that I really don’t regret it. Even if we kept adding features, the project grew correctly and I could go back in the code in a month and I would still be a happy developper and understand where everything is. Here is a list of the features / libraries used in the project:

  • PureMVC
  • SWFObject from Google hosted libraries API
  • TubeLoc (I had a few problems using it at first, but I could do it way faster now)
  • The microsite resizes to fit smaller resolutions
  • TweenMax (I am going to use the colorMatrixFilters everywhere now)

One of the goal of the campaign is to get the most people clicking on a button on June 3rd to make a world record. You can click on the button from facebook, banners, the microsite and a widget like this one:

Congrats to the entire team at Twist Image who worked on this. So check it out: The Great Canadian Moo.

And I forgot on June 3rd, go back to the microsite and go beserk on the moo button!

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  1. #1 by Fardeen - April 11th, 2009 at 10:53

    I installed the FB application and the only thing you can do is clicking on a button and hear a sound…

    Did i miss something ? Or it’s the concept ?

    I hope i missed something because i can’t believe you made a so useless application…

  2. #2 by zedia.net - April 11th, 2009 at 17:14

    You’re right; this is not the most exciting Facebook application ever, but it wasn’t the goal to begin with.

    This app is only there to support the microsite and drive traffic to it, as well as on June 3rd the click made on the button from Facebook will also count in the record.

    By the way, nice work on the hell’s kitchen facebook app; happy to see it was made in Montreal.

  3. #3 by Fardeen - April 13th, 2009 at 16:26

    Thx ;)

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