Got Milk!, Website

Milk might not be the first subject matter that you feel like looking up when you go online, but this new website for Got Milk! by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners looks set to change all that

The beautifully designed site, created with digital production company Unit9, features a variety of cute characters that highlight the different ways that milk can be good for your health – alongside giving you strong teeth and bones, it’s apparently good for healthy skin and even helps reduce the symptoms of pms. To make the learning fun, all the info is incorporated into games on the site, and there are also recipes for smoothies and milk shakes. Yum!

Agency: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
Creatives: Katie McCarthy, Jessica Shank
Web production company: Unit9

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