The Grow Your Charity Online initiative has been announced by Google, this important scheme aiming to help charities make the most of the internet to further their respective causes.
GYCO was unveiled by Google's Matt Brittin and UK Minister for Civil Society Nick Hurd at an event at Google's offices in London, where they were joined by guests from a number of influential charities. A Potato-built website and CMS sits at the heart of this great campaign.
Google Art Project expands this month, surpassing over 180 collections and the 36,000 artworks mark, as beautiful, diverse new art is added to this huge resource by way of new 29 collections from 14 countries.
Art Project includes richly detailed gigapixel renditions of key works, as well as Street View functionality allowing art lovers to explore museums such as the Acropolis.
A data visualisation tool, built by Potato in Bristol and featured on Google Politics & Elections, allows the US electorate to track the race for the White House as it heats-up at both national and state-level.
The tool uses multiple data sources and was deployed to meet a tight deadline, making use of Google's visualisation API.
Alongside Mother, Potato built the online campaign for the Secret Policeman's Ball across multiple online platforms, including Facebook. Our work included a competition and YouTube-powered video auditions offering budding comedians the chance to win a slot at the main event.
The Secret Policeman's Ball will be held on March 4th in New York, celebrating 50 years of Amnesty International's pursuit of free speech. Stars including Coldplay, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Mumford & Sons and Russell Brand will headline.