H uge sport event are always a great time to release ad campaigns or online projects, and of course the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is no different. In this roundup we have gathered some top World Cup inspired interactive projects. If you feel we have forgotten any please add them in the comments below!
The site compiles online data about the different teams and how often they are mentioned on different social networks. So the stadium displays instant real time mentions, determining who is creating the most digital noise on social networks in a particular moment. As you can see in the image below at the time of the screenshot the United States, England and Iran were the most mentioned teams on social networks.
This interactive quiz was created by The New York Times, in essence all you have to do is guess where the ball was located when the image was shot. While that might seem like an easy task you quickly discover it really isn’t as easy as it sounds. Very clever!
Nothing brings people together like a competition with countries from all around the globe competing. While millions of fans are watching the games from the comforts of their couch, thousands are congregating in local bars. For those located in New York City, the Daily News has compiled a map with locations of where to watch each game depending on which country you are supporting.
World Cup 2014 Schedule – Fox Sports
It can be difficult to keep up with the number of games played during the tournament, remembering which team is playing which day can be almost impossible. Therefore Fox Sports has created an interactive schedule that will keep you up to date with the latest information. Data can be selected by date, venue, team, or group for more details. Great user experience!
Is it not a great idea to follow me to be recieve my last posts? Follow me now!