Tag Archive | "Mobile"

Air France Launches Clever “UpgradeChallenge”

Wednesday, February 4, 2015


Air France just launched a clever little mobile based game that allows people waiting at the gate to compete for upgrades to first class. I think this is pretty great for many reasons. It targets customer engagement at a key point of attention opportunity, when people are waiting for their flight and likely nose down [...]

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Infographic: 2012 Mobile Growth Statistics

Monday, July 9, 2012


We all know that the growth of the mobile market is huge throughout the globe and constantly reshaping how we interact in our everyday lives. Here is a great infographic that shows us the stats behind this growth and the impact that this has on commerce. A few stand out stats: There are currently 6 [...]

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Coca-Cola: The Downloadable Concert

Monday, May 21, 2012


Coca-Cola Columbia recently set out to promote their new online radio station Coke FM. So Coca-Cola took a popular local band and hosted a live convert on a stage that was suspended over 50m from the ground. To get the band down to ground level, the crowd had to download songs from the band’s latest [...]

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ClikThis: Control Any Screen With Your Mobile

Thursday, February 23, 2012


If you’ve got a team of devs in your agency, you can already do this pretty easily. But, how can the rest of the world start utilising their mobile to control any screen they have access to? And better yet, what will marketers start to do with this API to bring that power into branded [...]

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Fiat: Street Evo iPhone App Case Study

Tuesday, May 3, 2011


Here’s a great iPhone app from Leo Burnett Madrid. To promote the new Fiat Punto Evo to a tech savy target market they came up with this mobile app that treats road signs like QR Codes. By capturing the signs with the app, users get information on various features of the Evo. For example; a [...]

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Augmented Reality: Making Life Easier

Friday, February 11, 2011


Here is a taste of what we’ll be seeing at this year`s Mobile World Congress (MWC). This video demos the world`s first integrated markerless 3D object tracking on a smartphone. Or, to you and me, it shows us where Augmented Reality is heading: robust, smooth and useful everyday experiences.

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Nokia: Worlds Biggest Signpost

Thursday, February 25, 2010


This is a nice installation from Nokia. A digital panel in the shape of arrow was lifted 50 metres above London by a crane. People on the street could send text messages directly to the live sign with their favorite places to visit, and the arrow would move to point to that location, and also [...]

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Google Buzz: is this the bridge to Wave?

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Google Wave was a pretty big step up from email – and maybe it was a bit too much of a step leap away from the email messaging we are all used to using for it to gain traction in the marketplace. What could be bridging that gap is Buzz, and it is on its [...]

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Ninja’s Unboxing the Google Nexus One

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


Google has taken unboxing (the process of documenting a products removal from its packaging) to the next level with the latest promotion for its “superphone” the Nexus One: “NINJA’S UNBOXING”. It’s pretty self explanatory/awesome. Check it out!

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Axe Day & Night: SMS & MMS print ad

Sunday, September 27, 2009


Lowe Ginkgo from Uruguay has come up with a great way to use SMS & MMS to engage their target audience for the latest print ad for the new Axe Day & Axe Night products. The print ads are censored, with the strapline: “One is suitable for general audiences. The other one is not.” Readers [...]

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T-Mobile Sing-along Viral Video

Monday, May 4, 2009

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Following the ”Life’s for Sharing” campaign T-Mobile spread a new video last week for calling the public to attend a new event in Trafalgar Square, on April 30. Yesterday I found the new event video ”Sing-along” on Youtube which attracted 13.500 people to sing ”Hey Jude” from The Beatles with the help of singer Pink [...]

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UN Voices Campaign – Case Study

Friday, April 3, 2009


I met with The Hyperfactory the other day, and they talked me through the technology behind the UN Voices Campaign for the United Nations. In Australia, where the UN doesn’t really have too much an impact, it seemed critical that their big push to get Australian’s thinking about social issues made some noise, and make [...]

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T-Mobile Dance Viral Video / Campaign

Monday, January 19, 2009


The latest viral video online is the new T-Mobile Dance Video from their new “share” campaign. It’s not all that original in that it is leveraging previous popular train station guerilla marketing tactics, but this time turns the entire station into a dance party! Kinda cool – but I don’t rate it.

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