Companies want to get in on the Halloween fun this year, too. And they certainly are. Here are some highlights of brands putting their spookiest foot forward in honor of the internet’s favorite holiday.
Sometimes, it’s the little things that count. In a subtle but cute fashion, Facebook celebrates today by putting animating their logo on mobile devices.
Google, in addition to changing their Twitter name to BOOGLE (pretend those O’s are pumpkins because medium won’t let me type them), they have a special interactive animation on their homepage.
Users are able to click on each of the doors, and behind each is a creature. You are able to select “trick” or “treat” and the creature will either perform a trick for you, or you are “treated” with a fun fact about them. Users can also click on elements like the pumpkin or the arrow at the top to make them move.
Not a bad way to kill some time and procrastinate at work.
Our personal favorite here in the office. No explanation necessary.
If you have seen any other stellar Halloween involvement by brands, we would definitely love to see them! Feel free to send them our way on Twitter (@worthix) or Instagram (@worthixhq).
Happy Halloween and stay spooky! :O
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Hannah Michelle Lambert is the Digital Marketer at Worthix where she leads all things social, conversion, and nurture. She cut her teeth at the intersection of Customer Experience and SaaS technology and is passionate about innovative, customer-centric marketing strategies. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and current resident of Atlanta.