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The Draft House : Retweeting from across the group

A UK-based pubs company’s approach to local Twitter feeds could be adapted by corporates.

PepsiCo : Convenient management images

A drinks giant has an unflashy but useful one-stop-shop for management biographies and images.

The New York Times : A graphic story

The US newspaper uses interactive graphics and other multimedia to explain the effects of Hurricane Harvey.

Merck : Rise of the footer

A US pharmaceutical company’s home page footer expands upwards when the mouse hovers over it.

Intel : Breaking news on a blog

The computer chip manufacturer shows another potential role for a resurgent online channel.

ING Group : Inviting Facebook comments

The Dutch financial services group uses a Facebook plugin that allows the social network’s users to comment on articles on the corporate website.

TimeWarner : Linking out to LinkedIn

Replacing website biographies with LinkedIn profiles is a good idea taken too far.

Morgan Stanley : Promoting podcasts on the home page

A US financial services firm uses its corporate home page to showcase a rising digital channel.

Google : A feed that adds intrigue

An animated grid of live search terms brings the technology giant’s otherwise-uninspiring new corporate home page to life.