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The Talking Tree: Social Nature

29. September 2010

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If you’ve ever wondered what a tree might say, then this social experiment might just answer all your questions! EOS Magazine decided to hook up a 100 year old tree, living on the edge of Brussels, to a dust meter, ozone meter, light meter, weatherstation, webcam and microphone in the attempt to convert the tree’s [...]

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NZ Army: YouTube Sharpshooter Game

28. September 2010

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I’m really starting to enjoy what brands and agencies are doing with their YouTube channels of late, and this new campaign out for the New Zealand Army (created by Saatchi & Saatchi NZ) is right on the money in terms of platform engagement and experience. The team created a Sharpshooter game that challenges you to “Get What [...]

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Toyota: Auris HSD Site

27. September 2010

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Saatchi & Saatchi London, along with B-Reel, have just launched a new campaign site for Toyota Europe’s new Auris HSD. It’s an interesting concept around recycled energy, in that the website is powered by your mouse movements. Stop moving for too long, and the virtual worlds lights go out. Along the way you’ll experience mini-demos of key [...]

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Google New: Everything New From Google

24. September 2010

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Google Freak? If so, you won’t need to use this new site from Google, you’ll already be deep in Google Labs trying out the latest and greatest… But, chances are you don’t dig through the archives every day and you probably don’t subscribe to each products news feed either. So, Google New gives you the [...]

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Video: Meet The New Twitter.com

15. September 2010

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It’s here. The new Twitter.com interface has been released, along with a host of new features that make the site more an app than website, which to me, is a very good thing for twitter, it’s users and future advertisers. So, what’s new? Well, pretty much everything… The first thing you’ll notice is the new right hand panel, [...]

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ASICS Mobile Website Launches

9. September 2010

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We’ve been working on a lot of really cool projects for ASICS Australia, and a couple of weeks ago we launched a fully featured mobile site that provides an immersive experience, delivering a full product range (including things like reviews), store locator, intuitive shoe finder, access to search and complete social integration amongst many of [...]

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World Cup Twenty Ten Tweets App

19. June 2010

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If you’ve not yet seen this, it’s a pretty cool little world cup app created by Saatchi & Saatchi NY that is currently aggregating all live world cup tweets using the #WC2010 hashtag, they are then pulled back onto the jersey of the related country that the tweets are about or are from so you [...]

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Your Heineken: Customise A 6-Pack

30. May 2010

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I remember watching a great presentation from my previous CEO a few years back on how personalisation and customisation was to be the xfactor of future product marketing, that was on the back of some of the first NikeID stores, and while botique beer brands have been doing this for a few years, AKQA and [...]

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Lexus Dark Ride: Digital Experience

17. May 2010

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Lexus has just launched a new interactive action experience called: Dark Ride to help promote their newest model, the Lexus CT200h hybrid. The website contains cutting edge technology like user pannable film sequences, webcam + microphone integration, personalised trailers, and Facebook connect integration. The aim of the campaign is to build hype around young people who are interested in driving ecofriendly [...]

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Jay Jays Dance Off 3D Glasses Site

4. May 2010

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I saw this site a few weeks ago and didn’t think too much of it (maybe because I didn’t have 3D glasses), but I stumbled across it again today, got to spend a little more time with it and really enjoyed it. It’s part of the latest campaign from Jay Jays, a discount Youth Fashion retailer in Australia who [...]

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Hail The Villain Band Experience

23. April 2010

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Most band websites are all the same. Same type of content. Same type of design style. But this new site from Grand Creative and Rune Entertainment for a band called Hail The Villain, is something a little different. It’s an immersive experience from the first screen that asks you for webcam access. The site blends a mix of comic [...]

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ChildLine: The Future Of Listening

8. April 2010

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ChildLine is the UK’s hotline for kids in need, and late last year they launched this new site that I hope can inspire similar organisations around the world to take the next step and start leveraging a digital channel to connect with audiences on new levels. It’s no secret a lot of government agencies are heading this [...]

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Vodafone: Madame Tresesti

20. March 2010

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As many people knows I started to work for Achtung! just five months ago and I am proud of it. In this time period we spent a lot of effort on Vodafone‘s new integrated campaign Madame Tresesti and finally we launched it last wednesday. In the coming weeks I am gonna update this post with [...]

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Toyota: Sponsafy Your Ride

18. February 2010

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Toyota has launched a new campaign called: “Sponsafy Your Ride” for their involvement in NASCAR in 2010. The campaign idea based on a contest, Toyota fans could make their own customized car using the tools on the Sponsafy Your Ride website or vote for the other designs which they like. The winner will have a [...]

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Samsung: Shakedown

16. February 2010

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Samsung has launched a new campaign website for B2100 models in Sweden. The idea is really simple and fun, 70 mobile phones were positioned on an concrete floor and if you want to win one of them you have to call the 07333131 plus the number on the mobile. When you call it, the phone [...]

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