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Kraft Jell-O: Jello Pudding Face

Maybe some pudding will brighten your spirits.

Published on Jul 20, 2011

Editor's Pick

Joining the real-time social media stunt family is this new promotion for Jell-O Pudding, the Jell-O Pudding Face Mood Meter, via Crispin Porter + Bogusky. The Meter monitors the smiley and sad face emoticons and broadcasts the general mood of the Twitter-verse via the expression on the site's Pudding Face. A Twitter component also attempts to lift the spirits of the frowny folk by rewarding them with free Jell-O Pudding (once they verify their Tweet.)

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Credits

Date
Jul 20, 2011
Agency:
Crispin Porter + Bogusky
Client:
Kraft
Worldwide Chief Creative Officer:
Rob Reilly
Chief Creative Officer:
Jeff Benjamin
Group Creative Director:
Bill Wright
Group Creative Director:
James Dawson-Hollis
Associate Creative Director:
Ken Slater
Associate Creative Director:
Jose Funegra
Associate Creative Director:
Roberto Baibich
Interactive Group Creative Director:
Matt O'Rourke
Copywriter:
Brittany Poole
Interactive Developer:
Alvin Crespo
Programmer:
Camilo Silva
Interactive Developer:
Adam Jacaruso
Interactive Developer:
Mark DeVries
Senior Interactive Designer:
Julien Tauban
Interactive Designer:
Sucram Da Silva
Interactive Design Director:
Chean Wei Law
Junior Digital FX Artist:
Scott VanArsdale
Director of Interactive:
Ivan Perez-Armendariz
Senior Integrated Producer:
Chris Mele
Junior Integrated Producer:
Randall Fransen
Executive Creative Technical Director:
Scott Prindle
Associate Technical Director:
Justin Johnson
Experience Designer:
Dorian Campo
Technical Lead:
Dan Fox
Quality Assurance:
Stewart Warner
Quality Assurance:
Jake Wilson
Content Management Supervisor:
Debbie Casey
Content Supervisor:
Jessica Neira
Content Manager:
Sara Horner
Content Manager:
Jen Shears
Assistant Content Manager:
Pia Marquez
Traffic Manager:
Chrissy Wamsher
Traffic Manager:
Jackie Boeheim

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