Designers & Filmmakers – Yahoo! Wants You

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Tech giant Yahoo has partnered with Talenthouse to invite designers and filmmakers to create new marketing materials to support their Aviate app; the beautiful and intelligent Android homescreen app that categorises your phone’s tools and apps as well as proactively showing relevant information depending on the time of day and user habits.

Talenthouse is dedicated to providing creators across the world with opportunities to creatively collaborate with major brands, receive financial compensation and expose their work to large audiences.

There are 3 creative opportunities to take part in, all of which offer financial rewards and the chance for participants’ work to be used as part of a Yahoo digital advertising campaign. Senior members of Yahoo’s marketing team will join the judging panel alongside award-winning filmmaker Ben Charles Edwards who will guest judge the film category.


The categories and links to enter are as follows:

For artists and designers 

1 – Submit artwork into a Yahoo template which tells the story of Aviate by capturing one or some of Aviate’s product benefits: Simple, Beautiful, Intelligent, Personalised

2 – Submit artwork that captures the idea of being ‘simply smart’

For film-makers

3 – Submit short films / Vines / videos inspired by the idea ‘learns your moves’
Commenting on the project, Robert Bridge, VP, Head of International Marketing at Yahoo, at Yahoo said: “Aviate connects Android users with the apps, tools and information they need at the moment it’s most useful. And at the same time it simplifies and beautifies the user experience on the handset. We’ve learned a lot from our online community about how they use Aviate and how they’d like to see it evolve. Listening to our creative and passionate consumers helps us make our products the best they can be.”

Co-founder of Talenthouse, Maya Bogle, said: “Talenthouse is building a home for creators to express themselves and to make connections to further their careers. The partnership with Yahoo directly supports aspiring creatives as they seek new ways to make money from their art and work with brands.”



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