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  • IAB Chief 'Can't Deal With This Shit,' Demands Members Join TAG
    The digital ad business has made another move to regain the high ground, when the Interactive Advertising Bureau ordered all of its members to register with the anti-fraud Trustworthy Accountability Group.TAG was conceived in 2015 by the American Association of Advertising Agencies, the Association of National Advertisers and the Interactive Advertising Bureau to act as […]
  • Unpacking United's Fail: Turning Adversity into Opportunity
    Dr. David Dao's deboarding from United Express Flight 3411 caught the world's attention. The incident, an extreme outcome of the common practice of overbooking, has highlighted the declining customer experience of air travel. As airlines consolidate and race to the bottom on prices, air travel will increasingly be judged by its lows, rather than its […]
  • Watch the Newest Ads on TV From Samsung, Wingstop, T-Mobile and More
    Every weekday, we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new and trending TV commercials tracked by, the real-time TV ad measurement company with attention analytics from 10 million smart TVs. The New Releases here ran on TV for the first time yesterday. The Most Engaging ads are ranked by digital activity (including online […]
  • A Dog Brings Out the Best in George Washington in Pedigree's Moving Film
    Mars Petcare brand Pedigree's "Feed the Good" campaign is now digging into history to show how dogs bring out the best in people. A moving film from BBDO New York and directed by Biscuit Filmworks' Noam Murro recreates an obscure U.S. war story from 1777 when General George Washington and his troops were in the […]
  • The Brutal, Scary Lessons of Yahoo's Demise
    Ad Age "Media Guy" columnist Simon Dumenco's media roundup for the morning of Friday, April 21:So today I've got good news (see Nos. 1 and 3, below), possibly good news (Nos. 2 and 7) and bad news (Nos. 4 and 5) -- and, uh, news that I just don't know what to do with (No. […]
  • IPG's Michael Roth Is Not Concerned About New Entrants Into Advertising
    During the company's first-quarter earnings call Friday, Interpublic Group CEO Michael Roth said "increased competition" from adjacent industries is "not as evident to us as the headlines would have you believe."Traditional consultancies, like Accenture and Deloitte, as well as tech companies like IBM and Facebook, have been increasingly pushing into the advertising business. Roth said […]
  • KFC Plans to Launch Sandwich -- Into Orbit -- With New Colonel
    KFC has stratospheric aspirations for its Zinger fried chicken sandwich.After 33 years of selling the spicy sandwich in other countries, the Zinger makes its U.S. debut on April 24. And KFC plans to send a Zinger into space this summer. It has the marketing campaign to prove it."The brief we gave Wieden & Kennedy, our […]
  • Ogilvy & Mather Chief Creative Officer: Six Things I Learned About Advertising Working as a Waiter
    They say every second waiter in L.A. is a wannabe screenwriter. I think the same was true in London years ago when I was at film school and working part time in a hotel. Maybe we didn't all want to be screenwriters, but we all had grand creative dreams.I had heard about this business called […]
  • As Post Buys Weetabix, We Look Back at Some of the Iconic British Brand's Ads
    Weetabix, a staple of the U.K. breakfast table, entered American hands this week with its acquisition by Post Holdings, maker of Honey Bunches of Oats and Raisin Bran, for $1.76 billion.Weetabix has been majority-owned by China's Bright Food since 2012, and prior to that by U.K.-based private equity firm Lion Capital, after passing out of […]
  • Why Best Buy Is Reorganizing Its Marketing Team
    Best Buy is reconfiguring its marketing team into a more streamlined division that costs less. The Richfield, Minn.-based retailer has parted ways with three top marketing executivesall hired within the last three yearsand is folding marketing responsibilities into merchandising.Best Buy's former Chief Marketing Officer Greg Revelle and Mary Lou Kelley, president of e-commerce, have both […]

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  • In Fiery TV Spot, Democratic Congressional Candidate Clangs a Bullet Through Republican Opponent’s Pitch
    The Montana congressional race between Democrat Rob Quist and Republican Greg Gianforte just got a little more colorful. In the spot above, Quist downgrades his opponent as a "millionaire from New Jersey" (the tag previously has been "billionaire") and takes a bullseye shot across some open space at a TV set displaying one of Gianforte's...
  • Apple Talks Up Its Environmental Efforts in Charming Animated Stories for Earth Day
    It took Apple a while to properly commit to manufacturing policies that help protect the environment, but in recent years it's made significant progress--and has been broadcasting that fact, particularly on Earth Day. For Earth Day 2017, the tech giant has rolled out four charming animated videos explaining some of its green initiatives, narrated by...
  • Revisiting the Worst School Massacre in U.S. History
    On the front page of several Michigan newspapers today: Washington Post enterprise reporter Theresa Vargas' look back at the worst school massacre in U.S. history. An event that took place 90 years ago this spring at the Bath Consolidated School north of East Lansing. The headline "World's Worst Demon" is a reference to how the...
  • John Swansburg Joins The Atlantic
    The Atlantic snags a new senior editor in John Swansburg, who joins the publication from Slate magazine, where he has been deputy editor, a promotion he received in 2014 at the publication where he has worked for the past decade. We should add an asterisk to that last sentence; Swansburg had briefly left Slate in...
  • YouTube Users and Creators Can Now Report Videos They Feel Were Unfairly Excluded From Restricted Mode
    YouTube Friday announced more changes to its Restricted Mode, chief among them the availability of 12 million additional videos and a way for creators and viewers to report videos that they believe have been inappropriately excluded. The Google-owned video site described Restricted Mode as follows: Restricted Mode is an optional setting that has been available...
  • Pinterest Is Waving Farewell to Its Like Button
    It's the end of the line for Pinterest's Like button, which will be phased out "in the coming weeks," giving the social network's Save button--formerly the Pin It button--a more prominent role. Writer and content strategist Kim O'Rourke bade farewell to the Like button in a blog post Friday, saying that Pins users have liked...
  • Bill Nye Is Taking on Hot Button Issues in a New Netflix Series for Millennials
    With original series galore, Netflix has some of the most premium comedy and dramatic programming available to viewers. But as millennials choose on-demand content, with or without ads, they have the opportunity to opt out of content from news stations on TV or online through social media and their websites. And social media has become...
  • CNBC Digital Names Jeffrey McCracken Managing Editor
    CNBC Digital adds Jeffrey McCracken as managing editor for digital, announced senior vice president and executive editor Jay Yarow in a note to staff. McCracken joins from Bloomberg, where he has been executive editor and, per Yarow's note, "spent almost seven years at Bloomberg building an impressive M&A team." Prior to joining Bloomberg in 2010,...
  • Australia Cheers Magazine Cover Depicting Breastfeeding Mom Sophie Cachia
    When the name of the publication is Mother & Baby, this sort of cover should logically be the rule rather than the exception. But it isn't, quite yet. The mom, Sophie Cachia, is well-known Down Under for her candid and often humorous blog The Young Mummy." We join her fans in applauding the Bauer Media...
  • Developers See Endless Possibilities and Pitfalls With Social VR After Testing Facebook Spaces
    While Facebook's VR world might seem at first glance as gimmicky and depressing (which it likely is if you have too much fun and ditch all your real friends), F8 attendees who stood in long lines to try Spaces said they were impressed with the product. At its annual F8 developers conference this week in...

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  • Man returns home to overjoyed mom after biking around the world for 7 years
    Englishman Leigh Timmis set off on a wild adventure seven years ago. And by wild we mean he was determined to ride his bike for two years around the world. That ambitious timeline quickly fell to the wayside as he realized how daunting the challenge would be to actually traverse the globe. SEE ALSO: This […]
  • YouTube fix brings 12 million videos back to Restricted Mode
    Following the outcry back in March over YouTube's Restricted Mode, a feature that screens for "mature content," and how it filtered out some LGBTQ videos on the site, the company first attempted to explain the issue before they ultimately apologized. YouTube's words were nice, but the YouTube community wanted action. Now YouTube says it has […]
  • How to pick the right camera for 360 video
    Yes, those 360-degree videos you see sometimes on YouTube and Facebook are purty, not just because they're new and shiny, but because they're more immersive than even the most stunning two-dimensional Instagram images. But how do those video wizards create them, you may ask? Although some of those videos were definitely created using very expensive […]
  • How to turn on 'Undo Send' in Gmail
    There are no second chances in life, but there may be in email.  While this is of little consolation to those wishing they could hit "undo" on semi-recent national events, Gmail's Undo Send feature gives us all the break we so desperately need. SEE ALSO: Gmail finally doubles email attachment limit, but it means nothing […]
  • Subway rats fight over the ultimate delicacy, the New York City bagel
    Life is all about how you look at it. For example, this rat fight over a bagel on a New York subway track is either a horrific metaphor for the desperate human struggle for life and resources in NYC, or a sweet, Pixar-like short story about compromise.  SEE ALSO: This man's epic quest for a […]
  • Rihanna celebrates Queen Elizabeth's birthday (?) by photoshopping her into iconic Rihanna outfits
    Everyone wants to be Rihanna, including probably the queen of England.  Rihanna gave a shoutout to Queen Elizabeth II the day after the monarch's 91st birthday with a series of incredible Instagram posts. The photos featured none other than the queen herself photoshopped into some of Rihanna's most iconic outfits.  cause u f*** like a […]
  • Cincinnati Reds troll Cubs fans with brutal 'Bandwagon Cam'
    The kiss cam is fine, but this cam is *chef's kiss*. Despite losing 6-5 to the Chicago Cubs on Friday, the Cincinnati Reds managed to get some troll-y revenge on their opponents in the form of the Bandwagon Cam. The joke isn't unfounded, either: we're betting there were more than a few bandwagon fans in […]
  • Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey resurfaces, refutes Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak comments
    The founder of Oculus, Palmer Luckey, quietly slipped back onto the public stage this week after a tumultuous year that ended with his departure from Facebook in March.  First, Luckey appeared on Twitter on Wednesday, after months of silence, using a telling new bio image instead of his own face: Obi-Wan Kenobi, the mysterious, sometimes […]
  • Even Trump's Earth Day message was anti-science
    President Donald Trump just released a statement for Earth Day, and it doesn't seem like he really loves the Earth?  Along with some faint praise of America's "abundant natural resources and awe-inspiring beauty," Trump used Earth Day to talk about jobs.  "Economic growth enhances environmental protection. We can and must protect our environment without harming […]
  • George Takei, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and more show their March for Science support
    As hundreds of Marches for Science took place around the globe, science-loving celebrities sounded off on social media to show their support. A few marched themselves (looking at you, Peter Capaldi). Others, unable to make it, sent messages of encouragement and thanks to participants. Bonus: Lin-Manuel Miranda's message involved a dog. Yes, if nothing else, […]

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  • Print ad: Carta Capital Magazine: SUBSCRIBERS KIM
    According to the UN report, the world is facing the worst humanitarian crisis of the century. The number of refugees fleeing their countries due to internal conflicts, wars, political persecution and terrorism reaches 65.3 million people. It was to combat this sad reality that thousands of Carta Capital magazine subscribers received their copies in a […]
  • Print ad: Carta Capital Magazine: SUBSCRIBERS MUGABE
    CARTA CAPITAL MAGAZINE SUBSCRIBERS SILENCE DICTATORS AND GIVE VOICE TO REFUGEES. According to the UN report, the world is facing the worst humanitarian crisis of the century. The number of refugees fleeing their countries due to internal conflicts, wars, political persecution and terrorism reaches 65.3 million people. When they find safety in another country, many […]
  • Print ad: Carta Capital Magazine: SUBSCRIBERS ASSAD
    According to the UN report, the world is facing the worst humanitarian crisis of the century. The number of refugees fleeing their countries due to internal conflicts, wars, political persecution and terrorism reaches 65.3 million people. When they find safety in another country, many of them are victims of prejudice or live in subhuman conditions. […]
  • TV ad: PITCH: Pitch's world tour of sports ! By LES GROS MOTS
    A real cartoon for the world tour of sports of PITCH ! By LES GROS MOTS agency.Category: FoodClient: pitchAgency: LES GROS MOTSCreative Director: Nicolas GandrillonCreative Director: Morgan FaivreArt Director: Philippe GauchotArt Director: Amine AyadiDirector: CRCRSound: Sizzer AmsterdamAgency Producer: Florian Simon
  • TV ad: Marcum LLP: Takeover
    Category: Finance & insuranceClient: Marcum LLPAgency: The Gate | New YorkChief Creative Officer: David BernsteinCreative Director: Charles ChangCreative Director: Scott SingowProducer: Paul ManixDirector: Phil JoanouExecutive Producer: Kate LaheyExecutive Producer: Susan WillisAgency Producer: Bob ShriberEditing Company: The Cutting RoomEditor: Chuck WillisOther credits: President/Chief Strategy Officer: Beau Fraser Account Executive: Alexander Barrett
  • TV ad: Marcum LLP: Audit
    Category: Finance & insuranceClient: Marcum LLPAgency: The Gate | New YorkChief Creative Officer: David BernsteinCreative Director: Charles ChangCreative Director: Scott SingowProducer: Paul ManixDirector: Phil JoanouExecutive Producer: Kate LaheyExecutive Producer: Susan WillisAgency Producer: Bob ShriberEditing Company: The Cutting RoomEditor: Chuck WillisOther credits: President/Chief Strategy Officer: Beau Fraser Account Executive: Alexander Barrett
  • TV ad: Marcum LLP: Private Jet
    Category: Finance & insuranceClient: Marcum LLPAgency: The Gate | New YorkChief Creative Officer: David BernsteinCreative Director: Charles ChangCreative Director: Scott SingowProducer: Paul ManixDirector: Phil JoanouExecutive Producer: Kate LaheyExecutive Producer: Susan WillisAgency Producer: Bob ShriberEditing Company: The Cutting RoomEditor: Chuck WillisOther credits: President/Chief Strategy Officer: Beau Fraser Account Executive: Alexander Barrett
  • TV ad: Marcum LLP: Unicorn
    The Gate | New York launched a new TV campaign for Marcum LLP, one of the largest independent public accounting and advisory services firms in the US. "Ask Marcum", aimed at C-suite executives and entrepreneurs, consists of four 30-second spots, each depicting a decision-maker as they confront a complex business issue. Some make the right […]
  • Interactive ad: Dove: Image Hack
    Mindshare, Denmark and Dove have created"Image Hack" a interactive campaign changing the stereotypical way women are portrayed in media and marketing. By hacking stock sites, we can alter the search results, and then alter the media landscape.Category: Health & safetyClient: DoveAgency: Mindshare, DenmarkArt Director: Sune Overby SørensenCopywriter: Anne IngevoldCreative Director/ writer: Kenneth KaadtmannOther credits: Client […]
  • Interactive ad: PornHub: Trick Pics
    Today Pornhub launched their first foray into the world of apps with TrickPics, an application designed to help you"clean up" your nude pics by adding humorous animated stickers, or "filters" to your most provocative images. After public outcry by many social media users who have had their accounts blocked or removed for uploading images that […]

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  • Practical Strategies for Smart Content Creators
    Before we get started — just a reminder that if you’ve been thinking about moving your site to StudioPress Sites, this is a fantastic week to do it. Not only will you get your first month free, we’ll even migrate your existing WordPress site for you. Also for free. Hooray for free, my favorite amount. […]
  • First Month Free + No Charge Migration to a Faster WordPress Website
    It’s been less than three months since we launched StudioPress Sites, our new solution that combines the ease of an all-in-one website builder with the flexible power of WordPress. The response and feedback have been phenomenal. And the icing on the cake is that we’re already winning accolades. In an independent speed test performed this […]
  • 3 Ways to Get What You Want by Doing Your Homework
    Polly Professional has a lot going on today. She has a blog post due, a podcast script to write, an employee review to conduct, two client meetings, and she’s meeting her cousin Penny for dinner. And then it comes. Ding. An email from Steve Stranger. Maybe he’s a sales pro trying to set up a […]
  • How Strategic Content Converts to Email Subscriptions and Sales
    When we talk about content marketing strategy, all the discussions of heroes, journeys, and maps can seem a bit esoteric. What does it look like in real life? And how exactly does it relate to email marketing? Content marketing is a broader discipline than email marketing, but your email list is the core focus. In […]
  • Quality Over Quantity: Repurpose Your Best Ideas and Distribute Them Far and Wide
    I hate to be the one to break this to you, but … Your audience does not need your ideas. Sorry to disappoint you. It’s true though. Your audience is exposed to plenty of ideas. Everywhere they turn online and offline, they are bombarded with ideas. Ideas, ideas, ideas. Mostly filler and fluff. Think about […]
  • It’s Pet Peeve Week on Copyblogger
    Quick poll: When you hear the term thought leader, do your eyes roll or do your ears perk up? I’m on team eye roll, and I explained why in Monday’s post. On Tuesday, the ever-elusive Robert Bruce shared the secret to writing compulsively readable copy. Like all of Robert’s secrets, this one is difficult … […]
  • 8 Calls to Action that Initiate New Relationships with Customers and Collaborators
    I know. I know. I know. “Viral” is an actual term people use to describe wildly popular content that has spread across a variety of distribution channels, landing in our Twitter feeds, Apple News updates, text messages, and emails from Uncle Sue. But I still don’t like the word. When “going viral” is a goal […]
  • How to Get Your Writing on the Road to Being Read and Spread
    I’m going to let you in on a little secret. It’s something the immortals — from Aristotle to Ogilvy to Mamet — have known, but few have stated it as directly as I’m about to. By now, many of you know the basics of the craft of copywriting … Know your audience. Know your product […]
  • Why You Don’t Need to Be a Thought Leader
    We all want to get traffic to our websites. We want to build audiences who are interested in what we have to say and responsive to our offers. And so it’s natural to think that we should become “thought leaders.” (Or, to push the expression a little further down Jargon Lane, “thought leaders in our […]
  • Try These Useful Suggestions to Build Your Audience
    On Monday, our good and wise friend Andy Crestodina showed the difference between optimizing for search engines and optimizing for social shares. He also gives us a nice piece of advice about how you can get really crafty and do both. Proofreading might not seem exciting, until the day you publish a post with the […]

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  • Target Encourages Store-Wide Mayhem With Mario Kart Shopping Carts
    In what seems like a great cross-promotion for the Nintendo Switch, but which stands a decent chance of ending in utter bedlam at hundreds of Target stores nationwide, the retailer has decided to dress up shopping carts as Mario Karts. Maybe not a good idea with an entire store full of boxes waiting to be […]
  • Dentist Accused Of Medicaid Fraud, Pulling Teeth While On Hoverboard
    Going to the dentist is often unpleasant enough without worrying that your doctor will perform a procedure while riding a hoverboard, but prosecutors in Alaska say one dentist not only defrauded the state out of millions, but he apparently did so while moving around on motorized wheels. The state of Alaska Department of Law announced this […]
  • NutriMost ‘Ultimate Fat Loss’ System Slammed With $32 Million Judgment For Overblown Weight Loss Claims
    The marketing for the NutriMost Ultimate Fat Loss system claimed that users could drop 40 pounds, or more, in just 40 days, and without having to fret about calories. However, the Federal Trade Commission says that this $1,900 program is not backed by any science, actually requires a starvation-level diet, uses before-and-after examples from people […]
  • ‘Financial Choice Act 2.0’ Would Eliminate Government’s Ability To Go After Shady Payday Loan Operations
    Even though recent surveys indicate that the overwhelming majority of Americans want more regulation of payday lending, federal lawmakers are attempting to strip the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau of any authority over these short-term, high-cost loans. The draft legislation — dubbed the Financial Choice Act 2.0 — is a revision of the previous Financial Choice Act […]
  • Twitch Wants To Let More People Make Some Money From Livestreaming Video Games
    Video, video, video. That’s basically all any and every platform wants to talk about, here in 2017: how much video it can stream, and how many people are watching it. But one step in getting people to watch live video on your platform is making sure the folks making those videos have an incentive to […]
  • Plastc Smart Cards Raise $9M In Pre-Orders, Won’t Ever Ship
    A few years ago, universal payment cards were a mini-fad online. The idea was that you carried one “smart” card which stored the numbers of all of your other credit cards. The most popular was Coin, which was ultimately acquired by Fitbit and shut down. Another card was Plastc, which has brought in $9 million […]
  • Samsung To Make Google Play Default Music App On All Devices
    If you’re planing to order one of Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 devices today, you’ll also be getting a little bit more — or at least Google hopes you do: Google Play Music streaming service will now be the default music app on Samsung devices.  Google announced Friday that in a bid to increase subscribers of its […]
  • Crack In The Subway Bubble? Number Of Locations Shrinks For First Time Ever
    After years of growth, Subway is beginning to shrink. Sure, the chain remains the most popular eatery in the world (at least in terms of stores), with more locations than McDonald’s. However, the 100% franchised chain reported a net decrease in its number of stores in the United States this year for the first time […]
  • Should Comcast Merge With Charter Or Verizon? Analyst Says Yes
    In much the way that fans of celebrities enjoy chatting about how great two stars would be together, financial analysts daydream about multibillion-dollar corporate weddings. The current pro-business, anti-regulation mindset in D.C. is only fueling those romantic merger fantasies, with one high-profile analyst claiming that now is the perfect time for Comcast to gets its […]
  • Visa Under Investigation In Ohio For Debit Card Verification Practices
    Visa has revealed that at least one state attorney general’s office is looking into several aspects of the company’s debit card practices. In a note in its latest quarterly filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission [PDF], Visa disclosed that the office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently made investigative demands of the company […]

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  • Nescafé Hello Bench narrows gap
    Nescafé Italia is promoting the role of coffee in building relationships, with the “Nescafé Hello Bench, a specially designed red bench. Creating new relationships it’s harder than we think, even when we are in the midst of hundreds of thousands of people. To do so, we need a spark, a new opportunity and, of course, […]
  • Giffgaff Big Swim – Free To Go Free to Stay
    UK mobile phone company Giffgaff is running “The Big Swim”, an integrated advertising campaign celebrating the concept of freedom for mobile phone customers. A woman in a canary yellow swimsuit readies herself atop a diving board, surveys the sunny lido below and then launches herself into space, gliding through the stars, leaving a trail of […]
  • Easter Surprise – The Real Easter Bunny
    German food retailer Netto Marken-Discount has launched “Die Oster Überraschung — Der Wahre Osterhase,” (The Easter Surprise — The True Easter Bunny). The Easter Surprise commercial explores the question, “Where did the Easter Bunny come from?” The concept of a hare or rabbit distributing decorated eggs on Easter Sunday can be traced back to customs […]
  • Havaianas Made of Brazilian Summer
    Havaianas, the footwear brand, has launched “Made of Brazilian Summer”, a global campaign designed to bring a little of Brazil to the rest of the world. When you think of Havaianas, you think of everything that best represents the Brazilian summer, such as happiness, rhythm, energy, friendship, spontaneity, good vibes and free spirit. That is […]
  • David Lynch Foundation Sounds of Trauma
    The David Lynch Foundation is raising awareness of its programs for war veterans with post traumatic stress disorder, with “Sounds of Trauma”. The “Sounds of Trauma” commercial is designed to help families and friends of returned veterans get a sense of what it’s like to have memories triggered by everyday sounds. Sudden noises, such as […]
  • Allegro Costume Party – what do you wish for?
    Polish auction website Allegro has released “Costume Party”, the latest commercial asking the question, “Czego szukasz?” (What are you looking for?). The Allegro Costume Party commercial shows a mother discovering that her devotion to her daughter has made a deeper impact than she knew. When the young girl goes shopping with her mother in preparation […]
  • Nissan Frontier CloudCatcher saves village
    Nissan Brasil is promoting the new Nissan Frontier four wheel drive pickup with The CloudCatcher (O Caçador de Nuvens), a commercial in which two young farmers take drastic action to save their village from drought. The men are despairing over their dried-up crops when one of them has a bright idea: although their village is […]
  • MIA Onlus Shelter Box helps Milan Homeless
    Milano in Azione Onlus (MIA Onlus) has launched the Shelter Box, a project designed to help the approximately 3,000 homeless people living in Milan. Over winter the number of beds in emergency shelters is increased in a temporary “cold floor” housing plan. However, come March 31, many find themselves back on the streets. “When winter […]
  • Autism Day in the Life of Enzo
    French agency Herezie has produced a pro-bono documentary, “With You We Can Heal It”, in partnership with Vaincre L’Autisme, following the day-to-day life of Enzo, a young boy with autism. Launched to coincide with World Autism Awareness Day (April 2, 2017), the film is designed to support global awareness raising and fundraising. For autistic Enzo, […]
  • AirBnB Until we all belong in Australia
    AirBnB Australia is raising support for marriage equality in Australia with “Until We All Belong”, a campaign featuring an incomplete ring. As part of its mission is to create a world where anyone can belong, Airbnb is today asking Australians to make their support of marriage equality known by wearing the symbol of marriage itself […]

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  • Watch adorable kids doing grownup work
    When you're a timesheet platform, even the best CX can't change the fact that using your product is essentially a boring experience. So, what do you do?Toggl fully embraces the daily work grind by showing adorable kids doing what we all daydream about. Who hasn't wanted to chuck those tax forms right out the window?We […]
  • Ok Google, what should I wear?
    When Google first introduced the 'Search by image' feature, the world was blown away. (Ok, maybe not the whole world, just Google enthusiasts.)Now Google has a new search feature on the Android Google app called "style ideas", which enhances fashion product image searches with other outfits and ideas. Sure, this could be done manually, but […]
  • Ways to up your gif game
    Let's talk about gifs. We love them. Gifs of cats, gifs of Ryan Reynolds, gifs of Obama dancing on a pizza. But they can be so much more.When Bandcamp announced changes to their online ordering system - a truly uninspiring topic - they did so with gifs. Just look at it. Can you imagine how […]
  • Ford: Go Further... with babies
    New parents shopping for a family car have a lot riding on their decision, so finding a brand to trust is a challenge.Designed with parents in mind, Ford Spain created The Max Motor Dreams baby crib for fussy babies that only fall asleep on car rides. The crib recreates the experience of a moving car for that […]
  • If you can't look up, look down
    It's probably not a shock to learn that accidents are caused by texting or distracted driving (and if you didn't know, now you do). In the Netherlands, the city of Bodengraven is testing a technology called "Plus Lightlines" to address the issue. It serves the same purpose as a crosswalk light, except it's in the ground, […]
  • Flying – no thanks, I’ll just have my car drive me
    The future of flying is…the self-driving car? An estimate from IHS Automotive projects 54 million autonomous vehicles on the road by 2035, which is a mere 18 years away. Seems hard to believe, but experts are predicting self-driving cars could change many aspects of air travel as we know it today. Those short flights you […]
  • I'll eat my water, thank you...
    After two years of development, a new compostable one-portion serving of water is ready to hit the market. Three London-based design students saw a need to reduce the number of disposable bottles that continue to be dumped in landfills. They created their first prototype of an edible bottle back in 2014. Skipping Rocks lab is […]
  • My kitchen table is a touchscreen!
    Remember when the coolest device was your “smartphone” that had a slide down keyboard for easy texting? While kids today don’t even remember life before tablets, there is now new, cool technology that takes things one step further. Sony announced the Xperia Touch, a portable projector that turns any flat surface into an interactive touch-screen. […]
  • I promise to be nice…can I keep using my stuff?
    For many people a connected home is now a standard way of life. Video doorbells help monitor deliveries, auto door locks allow us to let service people in our house remotely and video cameras help you keep tabs on what the dogs are up to all day (hint: usually sleeping). And while some of the […]
  • How much do you love your dog?
    Do you love your dog enough to buy a car specifically made with canines in mind? Nissan is betting yes with their SUV concept X-Trail 4Dogs. Approximately 44% of American households have a dog and based on size, temperament and quantity of pooches, traveling with your pup(s) can be less than ideal. Recognizing that, Nissan […]

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  • Taxi became a new Battlefield 1 vehicle
    The buzz in Moscow today is not about US elections. The reason is a new Battlefield promo. Game world is now discussing the most expected EA shooter release, dreaming about the great squad assembling and taking part in the most hard fought battles of the World War I. Electonic Arts in collaboration with Yandex.Taxi servise […]
  • Dove Real Beauty Beats
    Dove proves that real beauty touches the heart. Campaign monitors men’s heart rates while they describe female beauty. Dove is known worldwide for promoting ‘real beauty’ in campaigns that highlight the importance of women’s self-esteem. With this motto, the project Real Beauty Beats was designed by the creative studio Black Ship for Dove Portugal. Carried […]
  • “Duel” – Audi Presidential Debate Commercial
    The race to be the next Commander-In-Chief has never been fiercer, with the debates heating up to become the duel of the century. Audi is bringing you our own version of political satire, with two valets duking it out in an epic, knock-down-drag-out fight to the finish for the highest prize of them all. Hint: […]
  • Are Old Nokia Phones Really More Durable Than iPhones?
    [via Design Taxi]Related posts:Nokia N8. Filmed by and starring the Nokia N8!Land Rover PhonesTaxi became a new Battlefield 1 vehicle
  • Pilgrim’s Choice – Choose a choon
    Pilgrims Choice invites the public to ‘Choose a Choon’ for its TV adRelated posts:Jim Beam- Bold ChoicesAnd The Winner Is…Focelda
  • Miley Cyrus In One Minute, In One Take
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