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Altitude Digital

Take the GBP tour: Hover your mouse over the photo, then click on the white arrows that appear at the bottom and they’ll lead you through the business. You can also click and drag anywhere on any photo to see from different angles. (Try a 360 degree turn. It’s pretty cool!)

*We recommend the full-screen version which you access with the 4-arrow button in the top right corner of the photo.

P.S. This virtual tour includes two unique features:

  1. a two story building (click the “1” or “2” at left of photo to jump floors)
  2. a fun “Where’s Waldo” theme with a hidden employee (Chris) in every 360 panorama. Can you find Chris throughout the tour?

Overview: Denver’s #1 fastest growing company on the Inc. 500 list is a not-so-little digital advertising firm called Altitude Digital.  Located in Baker, this business is not only uber-hip, but they drink miracle-grow instead of energy drinks!

They have won multiple awards for their work in digital advertising, including #54 overall on the 2013 Inc. 500 List, CoBizMag‘s top 250 Private Colorado Companies, Lead 411‘s “Hottest Companies in Colorado” and CapitalValue Advisors’ “Top Colorado Companies to Watch.”

Altitude DigitalProject Goals: As part of a complete brand makeover including new office space to accomodate their growing staff, Altitude Digital wanted to show off their new digs.  They wanted a Google Business Photos virtual tour of their vintage/modern office decorated with the originally autographed guitars of U2, Metallica, Green Day, and many more.  HDR photos were created for social media interaction as well as a very creative virtual tour designed for high “shareability”.


Results:  AD’s Google Plus Local Business page was pimped with some great photos and a custom Google virtual tour designed with a “Where’s Waldo” theme.  The tour features a hidden employee (Chris) in every 360 degree panorama of their tour.  Look through the tour and see if you can find Chris hiding in every shot.  Additionally, the tour features the non-blurred faces of random staff members–although the heads d0n’t always match up with the corresponding bodies.  Finally, the tour rounds out nicely with a second-floor 360 of everyone on the roof of the building.

Visit Altitude Digital’s Google+ Local Profile