Posted on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 by Will Hagle
All I Wish You invites you to create and share your wishes with your friends or family in an immersive and interactive digital experience.
All I Wish You is a website built via an initiative by BNP Parabis. The site’s homepage has a dynamic background that displays an image of stars in the night sky. You can explore the vast area of space using your cursor to drag left and right or up and down. At various places throughout the map, there are purple glowing nodes addressed a specific recipient, titled something like “To Jorge” or “To Anna.” Each of these represents a personalized greeting that has been sent out and left for others to be viewed.
Some of the greetings on All I Wish You are locked and only accessible by their intended recipient, but they’re displayed on the map nonetheless. It’s also easy to send your own greeting and have it placed on the map. You can send greetings via Twitter, Facebook, or e-mail. The only requirement is that you enter in your own information as well as the person to whom you’re dedicating your greeting. You then fill out a short, 150-character response that begins with the prompt “All I wish you for 2015 is…” You can even choose the specific location of your greeting, where it will remain published on the site’s homepage. It’s a well-executed idea and there are also tons of cool statistics about how wishes have been sent in various places around the world. It’s a site worth exploring.