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Me Series: short films showing life of WP users

As we still stand in awe at Microsoft's superb job at the design and structure of the Windows Phone YouTube page (opens in new tab), we've noticed they've started a new series of short films that cover the lives of Windows Phone users. The clip above follows the work of the Eagle Rock Yacht Club, a non-profit dodge ball league and community-focused organisation founded by Chris Alves and Craig Fowler in Los Angeles, and how it's easier for them to keep socially active to help spread awareness via network integration on the platform.

It's an interesting take on "social good", which is never a bad thing for platform publicity and brand awareness. I think what will surprise most folk is how Microsoft is going about Windows Phone. Wonder if they'll come to WPCentral for us to explain how WP is helping our lives at the office. This'll be the picture of our Me Series video:

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

13 Comments
  • nice apples! =)
  • Graphic Designers who don't worship Apple!?
  • haha I am a graphic designer and I do not use a single Apple product! :)
  • Same here. :D
  • me three...well unless I'm forced.
  • me too LOL
  • real smart graphic designers don't use mac
  • Read this article (Started to anyway) on my WP7 and the picture was confusing...still confused as to why the girl is standing behind the wall, but I get it now :)
  • Why don't they use the Windows logo like this? Looks way better than the square version.
  • what? seriously?
  • I agree, the square version isn't any nice
  • Although I found the photo amusing, it's not quite safe for work.
  • wow.... microsoft needs a marketting team ASAPif they think they can sell 1 phone with this commercial, they are lost.... MS should fire ALL their marketing team, they have 100% fault that wp7 is a disaster and don't sell any phone!