Tag Archive | "Best iAds"

Volkswagen: The Blind Spot iPad Ad

Saturday, February 28, 2015

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Volkswagen are known for some pretty unique ads, and this one specifically as a CSR piece around Motorcycle Riders and Volkswagen’s Side Assist Technology gets a reaction. The Ad follows the typical iPad ad style, with the user unsuspectingly swiping to a new page to unlock the interactive experience. What do you think? Created by [...]

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iAd: Breast Cancer Self-Check iPad Ad

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

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Here’s a really simple, smart, actionable iPad Ad created in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the National Cancer Society of Malaysia. It challenges iPad magazine readers of a leading female focused lifestyle magazine to win the prize of a lifetime by completing a challenge… Each step of the interactive challenge is one part [...]

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Next-Gen Immersive 3D iAds

Saturday, March 19, 2011

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While you will have seen some pretty high-end iAds on Digital Buzz, iAds that tell stories through microsites, animations or even games… This new iAd platform from Cooliris and InMobi is built to deliver shorter, sharper, immersive 3D product experience ads in competition to what we’ve been accustom to with the big budget, rich experience [...]

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AXE Excite iAd Demo

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

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Here is AXE’s first iAd, launched as part of their latest campaign (see below, they are the European version of Lynx). On first impression it’s not nearly as in depth and engaging as some of the previous iAds I’ve posted, it’s essentially just serving as a branded content piece. The app lets you engage with the famous AXE angels [...]

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Renault “Twizy” iAd Demo

Monday, December 27, 2010

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Check it out, this is the very first iAd produced for Europe, and also an iAd advertising first for Renault, who has taken a huge leap forward with it’s new “Twizy” electric concept car. The iAd, like the very few before it, is quite simple to interact with, visually quite punchy, and has enough depth [...]

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