UBER



UBER wanted an engaging AV targeted for Uber Partners. This would be played at Uber’s training facility, to showcase how the life of an Uber Partner is better in comparison to being a conventional driver.

About Brand

Uber Technologies Inc. is a peer-to-peer ridesharing, taxi cab, food delivery, and transportation network company headquartered in San Francisco, California, with operations in 633 cities worldwide. Its platforms can be accessed via its websites and mobile apps.

Overview

Uber Overview

Uber saw the need to create brand engagement at Uber training centres. There is a waiting area in the centres where Uber wanted to communicate a simple message “How the life of an Uber partner is vastly different from a non-Uber cab driver.”

Challenges

Approach

We created an animation short story revolving around 2 Uber drivers, Sohanlal and Kriparam. Sohanlal is an Uber Partner and Kriparam is a conventional driver for a stereotypical Indian Businessman. We showed a day in the life of an Uber Partner and a Conventional Driver.

It happens that the Uber Partner is able to have a streamlined life experience, from choosing his work timings to getting paid on time and being able to spend time with his family, little things add up and provide a better quality of life. The conventional driver faces quite a few challenges in life and maybe it’s time for him to switch.

Uber approach

The video starts with hustle and bustle of a traffic-stricken Delhi, the chaos focusses towards Rajiv Chowk the heart of Delhi, where nothing is able to move because of the immense amount of cars on the road. The narrative leads to the logical conclusion that “Delhi is coming to a standstill”. Because most of the people in Delhi have smartphones, this presents a solution.

Most of us have access to Uber Pool, which can help reduce the number of cars on the road hence Decongesting Delhi. We incorporated several visual stories on how Delhi as a supercity is functioning and the good effects Uberpooling will have in the metropolis. Our visual narrative included freeing up roads to a possible future where parking lots can be used for better purposes.

Conclusion

The AV was well received both by Uber and at the training centres. It’s a short film with a big impact. Because of our initial research on the pressing points of Uber Partners, the AV not only engaged them at training centres but also conveyed how the life on an Uber Partner is better than other alternatives.