5 Things We've Been Watching: July 2022
5 Things We've Been Watching : July 2022
We love video here at PEG (obviously) and talk about it pretty much non-stop. So, we wanted to share with you five things that caught our eye, started a conversation or gave us a little inspiration over the last month.
Notre Dame Uniform Reveal
Why it’s a thing: This is the movie spoof jersey reveal we didn't even know we needed, but we are glad now exists. It feels a little strange that this is happening so long after The Hangover, but it probably wouldn't have worked if it was made back then. It's a fun, almost nostalgic piece with great writing and some pretty good acting for some college athletes and their coach.
Georgia Football | Come On Home.
Why it’s a thing: Sometimes is easy to forget that homecoming literally is about coming home. Led by a very strong script (a REALLY STRONG script) and the perfect balance of old and new footage, this piece tugged at heart strings and made even people who didn't go to Georgia want to head there for a game.
Crumbl Cookie Website Hero Reel
Why it’s a thing: We don't need an excuse to look at cookies more than we do, but this stunning footage is a good reason nonetheless. This fun, colorful, captivating beauty reel is the perfect example of what a website's hero image can be! Is anyone else hungry?
2023 All-Star Game Logo Reveal
Why it’s a thing: We love a good combo of video footage and animation. This reveal for the 2023 MLB All-Star game is a fun and interesting way to highlight all the key elements of Seattle (the game's location) and almost give a behing-the-scenes, play-by-play of how the logo design came to life. It's clean and simple, but also feels super custom and unique. Harder to pull off than it sounds!
2022 Content Marketing Award Winners
Why it’s a thing: While we are a little bummed that they don't have links or any visuals, its always nice to have a compiled list of winners for content awards - aka - some of the best of the best doing it right now. From videos to partnerships to use of technology to storytelling, these 80 categories cover almost every part of the content marketing spectrum.