Student Project

Hulu: Watch what you want, whenever and wherever you want it.

November 5, 2011
Peg Faimon

Armstrong Interactive, the senior capstone course of the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies, is a client-based consulting experience. AI contracts with corporate and non-profit clients to develop digital solutions to their operational problems. Over the course of one semester, a team of students, from disciplines as diverse as graphic design, marketing, computer science, communication, technical writing, management, and more, work with the client charge to develop a “live” solution to the client’s problem. This course is team taught by AIMS faculty and led by a student project manager.

Past AI projects have included:
• Touch screen kiosks for Target stores
• Online training for HP
• Handheld application for Cintas
• Online training and certification for P&G
• Online dashboard for Convergys
• Web presence and e-commerce for Taft Museum of Art
• Strategic Business Recommendations for Bank of America
• Re-branding and New Web Presence for Petters Group Worldwide
• Usability and Redesign for uBid
• Visual Search Engine for P&G
• Interactive Donor Prospect Tool for Miami University
• iPad app for P&G
• Social Media and Game Campaign for Pringles
• and more…

During the fall semester of 2011, Armstrong Interactive is working with Hulu. The AI team is developing an intranet for the online video service. Client partner and Miami alum, John Foster, is working with the students to create a new intranet experience that is engaging and interactive. Final presentations will take place in December.

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