Case Studies

Multiplication.com Profanity Filter Case Study

April 10, 2017 | Profanity Filter, Case Studies

Multiplication.com is a website devoted to teaching kids the times tables. (Remember those?) The children’s site, which has a massive one million pageviews each day and has been in operation for 18 years, coaches multiplication through a variety of methods including online games and quizzes. Its users are not only kids, but also teachers and…

Play Lab Children’s Website Profanity Filter Case Study

October 27, 2016 | Profanity Filter, Case Studies

Since 2014, WebPurify has worked with Code.org and its Code Studio’s Play Lab, a project-making platform for K to 8 courses where students can build stories, dialogues and even games online. Play Lab has a broad reach to children of many different ages. And because of its non-profit status, it always is looking to be…

Case Study: Modamily + WebPurify

September 16, 2014 | Case Studies

Client: Modamily.com, an online community created to facilitate introductions between responsible, like-minded adults committed to co-parenting a child. Background: Shortly after the launch of their site, Modamily.com received an unanticipated amount of press, which led to a massive, instantaneous increase in their user base. Not at all prepared to handle the influx of new profiles…

Case Study: Campfire + WebPurify

September 15, 2014 | Case Studies

Background: Campfire created an award-winning promotional campaign for the Cinemax show Hunted that included an interactive microsite, where users were invited to join the show’s private intelligence organization. This “recruitment” process involved taking cryptic psychological tests, including the creation of a child’s drawing. This is where WebPurify’s team came into play to moderate user-generated content…

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