Coca-Cola: Happiness Factory - Now Hiring

The Happiness Factory keeps churnin' out work, and Coke's Now Hiring site developed by AKQA invites visitors to go

Published on Jan 10, 2008

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The Happiness Factory keeps churnin' out work, and Coke's Now Hiring site developed by AKQA invites visitors to go through the application process and join the team.

Once inside, you're greeted with an alien-like receptionist who explains each section of the site in foreign tongue, with text balloons giving you an English outline of what it all entails. Click on "Workplace" to check out the latest Happiness Factory spot via an inflatable screen (which goes from small to large). Then, peruse through job openings, which introduces you to the four major "employees" of the factory including the propellor-lifted, blob-like Chinoink, the bloated furball Kissy Puppy and the shield-wielding, helmeted Capper. 

By clicking on any of the characters, visitors can assume their roles and are provided with their specific job details to ultimately deliver the Coke bottle out, whether it’s kissing a bottle, helicoptering it to the next location, or operating the bottle cap catapult.

With whatever character you choose, you can start working by playing individual games pertaining to their skill set and rack up scores--or if you're not ready yet, instructions and training sessions are provided for each.

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Jan 10, 2008
AKQA New York
Executive Creative Director:
Lars Bastholm
Creative Director:
Jerome Austria
Art Director:
Ami Plasse
Art Director:
Hoon Jung
Art Director:
Qian Qian
Jordan Buntain
Dana Richards
Jessica Brazen
Matt Burniston
Flash Developer:
Kaare Wesnaes
Flash Developer:
Caleb Johnston
Flash Developer:
Yi Liu
Flash Developer:
Logan Wang
Flash Developer:
Alex Nguyen
Nick Constantinou
Julie Andrews
Janice Schiffman
Production Company:
Production Company:
ShiftControl Media

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