Tag Archive | "Interactive Print Ads"

Ford Explorer: Interactive Mobile Print Ads

Sunday, November 2, 2014

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This is another neat example of bringing print ads to life through mobile without an app. Ford Explorer, is an innovative new SUV, and to show that, the guys at BBR Saatchi & Saatchi Israel, created a series of 3 interactive print ads that expand the story and bring visual demonstrations of key vehicle features [...]

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CinePrint: Lexus ES Interactive Video Print Ad

Friday, October 12, 2012

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After doing a double take on this interactive print ad, I’m asking myself is this the world’s coolest and perhaps most innovative print ad or is the actually the complete opposite? My gut reaction is ‘super cool’ but then logic sets in and I’m wondering a few things… The first being, who’s reading a physical [...]

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Murat Paris: Interactive Jewellery Print Ads

Sunday, November 27, 2011

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It seems more and more brands are looking to create richer print ads. But I still find the innovation examples around it few and far between. So here is a great example of a brand trying something new in the Jewellery sector. This Interactive Print Ad is designed for a smartphone to be placed into [...]

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O Boticário Beauty: Interactive Vogue Print Ads

Monday, October 31, 2011

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You’ve probably seen an ad like this before… Say, the AXA Interactive Print Ad from late last year. Combining motion and sound with the background of a great print ad is still pretty rarely seen, but again, here is a great example of it working a treat, created by our friends at AlmapBBDO in Brazil. [...]

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AXA: When iAds Meet Print Ads

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

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I thought this was a really cool way to engage an audience from a print ad. AXA Insurance in Belgium recently released an iPhone app designed to help people in the event of an accident, and to get their customers attention, they decided to launch it in an innovative kind of way… They bought traditional [...]

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