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Volkswagen: Introducing The New VW.com Site

23. July 2014

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Ok so it’s not exactly brand new, but you’ve probably not seen the video for the new VW.com site. Volkswagen has rethought the entire online car shopping process and built the new vw.com with inspiration from dating sites. With the vision that finding the perfect car shouldn’t be as hard as finding the perfect date. [...]

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Introducing The New MySpace

25. September 2012

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Last time you probably heard about MySpace, it was sold for $35 million, down from a $550 million buy price just a few years before… Part of that headline was that Justin Timberlake bought into it, and now just over 12 months on, we see the new interface and experience showcased in this video ‘This [...]

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Peugeot: Hybrid4 Graphic Novel Parallax Site

10. September 2012

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This is one of the coolest Parallax sites I’ve seen, not through the creative complexity of the experience or technical prowess to pull it all together, but from a simple, story telling point of view, one that leverages a trend and creates a new dimension inside that framework… Inspired by the new Peugeot Hybrid4 Technology, [...]

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Google: The Exquisite Forest Experiment

22. July 2012

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How many of us have had this idea before? I’ll claim to, but never could quite wrangle the resources to create it, then along came Google (with a few partners and a tonne of resource) to create The Exquisite Forest, a Chrome Experiment no doubt, where a HTML 5 drawing application meets animation engine to [...]

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Volkswagen: The Fanwagen

2. November 2011

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Choose, Build, and drive away with it… This is the tagline of our new campaign, called “the Fanwagen”.Volkswagen the Netherlands invites its fans to vote for their all-time favorite model. As a reward, it rebuilds this model in a one of a kind edition: the Fanwagen. Whether they vote for the classic van the T1 [...]

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UNIQLO: The Innovation Project

24. October 2011

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I love Uniqlo digital work. And here is their latest piece for the new functional range of clothing. It’s a visual feast as usual, created through a series of various video catwalk demonstrations that slide past you. The demonstrations are quite litteral for every feature, from the “stretch pants” to the robust zippers and everything [...]

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ATG: Multi-Player Swedish Horse Racing Game

13. July 2011

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You may have seen this neat campaign launch in the last few days, it’s called “The Race“, a real-time, multi-player virtual horse racing game that goes a step further than you’d expect, by utilising a few extra senses to help players win the race, including your computers microphone to help cheer your horse on, and [...]

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J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore.com Social Story Site

28. June 2011

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For Harry Potter fans, this will be the most exciting digital event ever, with J.K. Rowling having launched a new website called Pottermore. The site is open for pre-registration, and when launched on July 31st, will take on the first 1 million users, who are to be weaved into the core of the site, shaping [...]

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3LiveShop: The Future Of Shopping Is Here.

10. April 2011

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I see a lot of cool things every day. But not many are actually game changers, things that would shape industry, behavior, service or experiences… This one will… But not everyone will like it! 3 have just launched the “3LiveShop” a sort of video call through your computer/webcam that blends a seamless sales and service [...]

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Diesel Island: Join the Land of the Stupid

13. March 2011

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Diesel has launched their latest campaign; Diesel Island: Land of the Stupid, Home of the Brave. An interesting microsite concept to showcase items from their new range, on top of a pretty cool video the site takes you through the island’s history (including a suitably stupid national anthem), island street view that manages to take [...]

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