In January 2013, Microsoft released the Column Five-created “Child of the 90s” video for Internet Explorer to support the “Browser You Loved To Hate” campaign and introduce a new, positive brand message.
An open Web is a better Web, which is why the W3C community works hard to create standards to define an open Web platform. We partnered with Microsoft and W3C to create this motion graphic, which explains why their work is important.
Every fall, pumpkin-flavored everything grabs our attention. But which pumpkin treats, drinks, and eats do people love the most? We partnered with Microsoft Social Listening to find out.
Food trends pop up everywhere, and everyone’s racing to the food trucks and pop-up cafes to fill up. But before you scarf down another bacon-hybrid science experiment, check out the data behind the buzzwords on everyone’s radar.
Whether punctuating a conversation with friends, or lightening the mood in a work email, people are finding that well-placed emojis are altering the conversation in powerful ways. Here are 49 more you wish you had. In addition to providing the creative for this project, Column Five partnered with Microsoft to create a Publication-Tailored Content series, with…
We partnered with Microsoft to take a closer look at the essential role social media plays in today’s civil rights movements.
We partnered with Nokia and Microsoft to create this Rube Goldberg-style video with a nod to the 1990s. The machine was built by lead Machine Engineer Brett Doar, who also built elaborate contraptions for the GoldieBlox “Princess Machine” commercial and the OK Go! music video for “This too Shall Pass.”
We teamed with Microsoft/Internet Explorer to help reimagine what the web can be.
A look into the Large Hadron Collider Project.
A look at the world-famous conference.