Tag Archive | "Digital Campaigns"

Burberry ‘Kisses’ Campaign Case Study

Monday, October 20, 2014


About a year ago, Burberry released a very cool piece of work called ‘Burberry Kisses’ which allowed almost anyone to send a virtual kiss from their mobile phone, to anyone in the world… Burberry Kisses is an interactive experience that showcases our ‘love’ for one another, which can then communicated in the most human way [...]

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SlideShare: Digital Strategy Toolbox 2014

Sunday, October 19, 2014


We posted our good friend Julian Cole’s first version of the ‘Digital Strategy Toolkit‘ almost two years ago, and this week he’s just released his 2014 updated version of that famous presentation. The Digital Strategy Toolbox for 2014 is now on SlideShare and embedded above for everyone to take note, get inspired and enjoy some [...]

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EA Sports ‘Madden NFL GIFERATOR’ Ad Engine

Wednesday, October 15, 2014


As GIF’s continue to ramp up in popularity across the interweb, brands and entertainment companies are starting to realise the value in a GIF, particularly when they fall into the customisable, almost meme generator type scenario. And when you take that to sport, what do you get? Awesomeness… EA Sports has launched the ‘Madden GIFERATOR’. [...]

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Nike ‘Phenomenal Shot’ Real-Time Ads

Tuesday, October 14, 2014


As part of Nike’s ‘Risk Everything’ Campaign, they’ve teamed up with Google to create Real-Time ads that aim to let fans celebrate, re-mix, customise and share the celebration with their friends around the world… With each ‘Phenomenal Shot’ ad of a sponsored Nike player going live just 10 seconds after the moment happened in the [...]

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Orange: It’s Time To Meet Your FutureSelf

Tuesday, October 7, 2014


If you’ve ever wondered about the future, then you’ll love this from Orange! It’s called #FutureSelf and the campaign site uses some pretty cool tech to allow users to meet, speak and discuss the future 20 years from now! Orange is inviting people to engage in a first of its kind technological journey 20 years [...]

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Cellcom: The Speed Reading Banner

Sunday, September 28, 2014


Who actually reads things right to the end any more? For the launch of Cellcom’s new 4.5G network in Israel, Cellcom wanted todays youth to experience a new way to consume content online. The idea was simple, the 4.5G network is 3 times faster than 3G, so they let the users experience what it’s like [...]

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TopShop: Instagram Powered Social Catwalk

Monday, September 15, 2014


TopShop is famous for its social catwalks, and this year, they’ve upped their game and created a new ‘Instagram/Facebook’ powered Social Catwalk, allowing people from around the world to be part of the event live, from London. The Social Catwalk debuted the latest looks exclusively on Facebook, while 5 VIP Instagramers gave unique views to [...]

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Shell Creates ‘Player’ Powered Football Field

Friday, September 12, 2014


In the Favela’s of Rio, Shell’s #MakeTheFuture program has just unveiled a soccer pitch that is powered by the players foot steps, powering the lights at night so the local community can play their most loved game, 24 hours a day without the reliance on paid electricity. Created with the famous Pavegen impact/power tiles that [...]

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Drink Up: Meet Our Talking Water Fountain

Sunday, September 7, 2014


So everyone has had a drink from one of those water foundains in a public space before right? But how about one that talks to you? Drink Up, has built a special kind of water fountain to help spread the good word of water. Because while the Drink Up Fountain may look like a regular [...]

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KLM: Live High Five

Thursday, September 4, 2014


KLM is a successful brand which understands and embraces the digital medium better than its peers. Last week KLM connected hundreds of people in Amsterdam and New York live, through high fives. For one day, two interactive installations provided a live look through across the ocean. This created spontaneous interactions, letting people on the street [...]

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