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Netflix – Real-Time Reactive GIF Campaign

31. October 2014

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Netflix has kept entertainment at it’s heart in this latest outdoor ad campaign, creating the world’s first ever real-time outdoor billboard campaign using only GIFs. With the recent comeback of GIFs Netflix spotted a new and interesting way to make outdoor billboards more reactive and interesting in this campaign from Ogilvy Paris. For the streaming [...]

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Rip Curl: World First GPS Surf Tracking Device

3. June 2014

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Introducing Rip Curl Search; a multi-platform digital ecosystem and device (Waterproof GPS Surf Watch) that allows surfers to find, capture and re-live their perfect waves, anywhere in the world… Created by VML in Sydney, Australia. It’s powered by Facebook Connect, and lets surfers log all their sessions, challenge friends, create surf clubs, protect secret spots, [...]

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Waves 4 Water: YouTube Annotations Campaign

19. March 2014

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Here’s an interesting play to promote not for profit organisation, Waves For Water, with a new YouTube Annotations Campaign called ‘Annotations For Water’… It’s an animation made only with annotations to promote the message across YouTube. And with a simple bookmarklet tool, anyone can add this animation to their own videos and broadcast a message [...]

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Terre des Hommes: Sweetie

19. February 2014

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Have you ever heard of webcam child sex tourism (WCST)? It’s basically men from rich countries pay children in poor countries to perform sexual acts in front of webcams. While tens of thousands of kids are abused in the Philippines alone, there have been only six men who have been ever charged. When the creative [...]

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SlideShare: 2013 Cannes Lions Creative Review

16. July 2013

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Here’s a look at some of the emerging creative trends coming out of Cannes Lions 2013, with this SlideShare presentation titled ‘Risk The Idea’ it highlights that if you aren’t willing to take a risk on an idea, you’re likely to not make an impact in today’s creative landscape, let alone capture a lion! This [...]

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Dumb Ways To Die: The Campaign Case Study

15. July 2013

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You’ve all seen the video, but given it’s success at the Cannes Lions 2013 Festival of Creativity, I thought we needed to put up the award winning case study video for everyone to see exactly how this thing played out! We may never see a piece of work win across so many categories again…

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Volkswagen: Start-Stop Chrome Store App

28. May 2013

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Here is a different take on raising awareness for Volkswagen’s Start-Stop engine technology, through a Google Chrome Store App, using facial recognition technology to detect when someone looks at or away from the screen. This is linked through the app to YouTube, so that any video you are watching automatically pauses if you look away [...]

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Volkswagen Golf GTI: The Fastest YouTube Ad

24. April 2013

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It looks like Volkswagen are targeting YouTube to find new ways to communicate their message, this time, it’s the Volkswagen GTI in Spain, with ‘The Fastest YouTube Ad’ that you literally can’t skip… I’d love your thoughts on this one! Created by the guys at DDB. (thanks Fernando!)

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Google Project Re:Brief. Advertising Re:Imagined

18. March 2012

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Sometimes you see something a little different, it takes a while to compute because it is different, and when different is good, it’s actually amazing. For me, this is different, a brilliant piece of storytelling used to highlight the importance of creative thinking in a technical world. Introducing Project Re:Brief by Google. A series of [...]

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Ford Fiesta: The Fiestagram Campaign

16. February 2012

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What do you do when you need to showcase features in a car like the Ford Fiesta? Create an instagram campaign of course!? It’s called The Fiestagram, a campaign run through Facebook via Instagram where a new hashtag associated with one of the Fiesta’s high-tech features, such as #entry, #music and #hidden. People would then [...]

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Opel Movano: The 2GB Banner Campaign

19. October 2011

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I was in a meeting this afternoon chatting about banner campaigns and the general lack of innovation that surrounds them, for the most part anyway… We spoke too soon, welcome to the stage this great banner from Opel to showcase the utility potential of the new Opel Movano van. The banner literally carries your files [...]

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Pink Ponies: The World’s Best Case Study Video

20. September 2011

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Another case study? Well, kinda… But this one is different, it’s a great, wait… perfect satirical take on how the creative world sells itself, and how it can literally sell anything, to anyone! I remember watching this and laughing out loud back in January when the video had about 500 views… 250,000 views later and [...]

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NOKIA: The8N8 Twitter Campaign

7. September 2011

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Here is something a little different from the guys at Wunderman Buenos Aires in Argentina, for the launch of Nokia’s N8 smart phone. #The8N8 was a twitter based activation campaign where you were required to get 8 popular celebrities to follow you on twitter to win a new Nokia N8. After enlisting top celebrities to [...]

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Cannes Cyber Lions: The Winning Case Studies

6. July 2011

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Right, so I thought it might be cool to round up as many of the 2011 Cannes Cyber Lions winning case study videos as possible into a single post, so that over the next year you’ll all have a great reference point to come back to if you need to find a case study to [...]

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Sony Ericsson Xperiments Case Study

11. June 2011

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Check out this case study from Sony Ericsson Australia. To launch their new range of Xperia smartphones they decided to embrace social media and create something engaging for their audience. Unfortunately due to technical difficulties in the past there was some pretty bad brand sentiment on their Facebook page. To overcome this Iris Sydney created [...]

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