Professional and personal projects by Corrine Brown.

District Voices

Google partnered with Lionsgate to produce ‘District Voices‘, a series of feature­ quality videos featuring YouTube creators as characters in the world of the ‘Hunger Games’ franchise.

With ‘Hunger Games’ Campaigns, Lionsgate Punches Above Its Weight
New York Times

The Hunger Games: “District Voices”: A tour through the districts of The Hunger Games
Think with Google

Lionsgate Taps YouTube Stars for ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ Video Series

District Voices
Future of Storytelling

Marvel Digital Comics

Developed the ongoing vision of Marvel digital comics. Worked with the internal team to lay the foundation for comics readable across any size screen. Led a content management system re­design and design of an html­based reader to transition to responsive digital comics.

Led a complete re­design of the iOS app to improve comic search and discovery. Led the digital comics app launch on the Android platform. Launched the Marvel digital comics store on Google Play.

The Creators Project

Managed development, launch and ongoing feature roadmap for The Creators Project website. In additiona, partnered with Vice on continuous feature development of and Led a re­design of to increase audience engagement.

Secret Millionaires Club

Managed design and development of the ‘Secret Millionaire’s Club’ site for AOL. The site was developed as a platform for teaching kids about finance. Users received rewards for interactions and accomplishing particular tasks within the site.

mystery science theater 3000

Mystery Science Theater 3000 was recently made available on Netflix and I was amazed at how well it holds up. The show is very meta in a way that was ahead of it’s time. It’s basically a show about people (and robots) commenting on a show. It’s like the internet, but you can’t join in. In honor of the show, I created a MysterySciencify application that allows you to add the cast of characters to any video you are viewing.

Booty Dialer

BootyDialer is an automated calling system that allows users to upload their contacts to a database and sort them in order of preference. When the user dials the BootyDialer number, the contacts in the database will be dialed in the specified order and given the option “1″ to accept, or “2″ to decline.

If the contact accepts, the contact is directly connected to the user. If the contact declines, the BootyDialer continues through the contact list until all contact numbers have been dialed. If no contacts accept, the user is called and informed of her misfortune.

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