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  • Watch: Disturbing Trump Ad Calls Dems 'Complicit' in Murders Committed by Illegal Immigrants
    On Saturday, the Donald J. Trump for President channel on YouTube released a campaign ad called "Complicit" that throws a hearty serving of red meat to his base. Right from the start, the 30-second video is designed to shock viewers by showing courtroom footage of Luis Bracamontes, an illegal immigrant accused of killing two Sacramento-area […]
  • Publicis Groupe Hires R/GA Veteran Nick Law as Chief Creative Officer
    Publicis Groupe has named Nick Law, longtime R/GA creative leader, as chief creative officer of the holding company and president of Publicis Communications.Law, who has been at Interpublic Group's R/GA since 2001, most recently as global CCO, will officially take on the newly created dual Publicis role in May. He will also join the executive […]
  • Monday Wake-Up Call: Amazon's High-Tech Convenience Store Opens, and Other News
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  • After H&M Debacle, Business Booms for Reputation Firms
    It was a rough start to 2018 for H&M, and other retailers are paying attention, knowing that their brand could easily come under fire next. Reputation management consulting firms are seeing increased interest from retailers eager to avoid, and prepare for, any controversy similar to the H&M debacle.After the Swedish apparel seller posted an ad […]
  • A Day In the Life of a 12- (Almost 13!) Year-Old Brooklynite
    We asked a Gen Z sample size of one to break down an average day in terms of the tech and media she consumes. "I personally don't consider myself typical," says our correspondent. "There are millions of kids my age who have experienced different things and learned about life in their own way." The following […]
  • Banking on Youth
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  • 'We'll Surprise Millions': See The Teaser For Hyundai's Super Bowl Ad
    Hyundai is vowing to surprise millions of people on Super Bowl Sunday. But it's not above a little teasing, first.On Sunday, the auto maker will air a preview for its Super Bowl commercial during the AFC and NFC Championship games."Last Super Bowl we surprised three heroes. This year we'll surprise millions," according to the teaser. […]
  • Twitter Notifies Almost 700,000 Users About Russian Tweets
    Twitter said it found another 1,062 accounts linked to the Russian government-backed Internet Research Agency accused of trying to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election.The social media company said it's emailing notifications to 677,775 people in the U.S. who followed one of these accounts or retweeted or liked a Tweet from these accounts during the […]
  • Facebook to Rank Publishers Based on How Trusted They Are
    Facebook will rank news outlets based on how "trustworthy" they determine them to be, in another News Feed tweak announced by CEO Mark Zuckerberg on the platform Friday.Zuckerberg added that he expects a 20 percent drop in the amount of news people see."There's too much sensationalism, misinformation and polarization in the world today," Zuckerberg writes […]

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  • Indie Film Studio Global Road Taps MullenLowe Mediahub as Agency of Record
    Global Road Entertainment, the recently launched independent theatrical and TV studio (formed by Tang Media Partners), has chosen MullenLowe Mediahub as its media agency of record. The shop will handle media planning and buying for the studio's feature film slate, which includes teen drama Midnight Sun (to be released March 23), CGI family comedy Show...
  • Publicis Hires R/GA’s Nick Law as Its New Global Chief Creative Officer
    Publicis Groupe has announced that Nick Law, previously vice chairman and global CCO of digital shop R/GA, has been named global CCO of Publicis Groupe and president of Publicis Communications. He will start in May and report directly to Arthur Sadoun, chairman and CEO of the holding company. "Nick is a true unicorn in our...
  • Help Get Los Angeles Off Microsoft Paint, the City Begs in Hilarious Help-Wanted Ad
    By now, you've probably already seen the City of Los Angeles' stunning social media call for a graphic designer. Rarely have we seen a need so eloquently illustrated. Government bodies can be among the worst graphic design offenders (consider the FBI's "fun and games" page). The people most equipped to help often waste little time...
  • Apple Turns Muhammad Ali’s ‘I Am the Greatest’ Into an Empowerment Manifesto for Selfies
    I am the greatest! Apple continues its "Shot on iPhone" campaign with "Selfies on iPhone X," an ode to the self-gratifying art form. The work is spearheaded with spoken word from Muhammad Ali (from the 1963 comedy album "I Am the Greatest"), spouting bombastic phrases like, "I'm going to become champion of the universe!" to...
  • Social Media Posts Don’t Matter
    Brands wisely investing in influencer marketing may be stupidly short-sighted when it comes to measuring the actual value of what they're buying. Unfortunately for marketers, the vast majority of approaches to measuring the value of earned media and influencer programs are seriously limited by a focus on the post, as opposed to the content. It's...
  • John Malkovich’s Ad for Sunday’s Patriots-Jaguars Game Was a Little Meta Masterpiece
    At least, that's the amusing conceit of the meta four-minute ad. It opens on the actor phoning his agent, feigning indignation at the overwrought monologue he's supposedly been asked to deliver as an intro to the AFC Championship Game. Before long, he's storming down to interrogate the young (and somewhat clueless) director during an orchestra...
  • These Hilarious Faux Gym Ads Are Actually TV Promos
    Audiences watching the Pop cable network or following its social channels will find themselves exposed to a curiously large number of gym ads this week, but not because fitness brands are suddenly targeting the network's viewers during resolution season. They're faux (and hilarious) spots created by Pop itself to promote its new competitive aerobics comedy,...
  • Hyundai Will ‘Surprise Millions’ With Its Super Bowl Ad, Says New Teaser
    Hyundai will tease its Super Bowl ad during both the NFC and AFC Championship games on Sunday. The teaser will also be available for viewing online and on the brand's social channels. It suggests a kind of follow-up to last year's "A Better Super Bowl" from Hyundai agency of record Innocean, with the brand promising...
  • Who Is Billy? Coppola Winery’s Comical Short Film Has Two Wildly Opposing Theories
    We hear a lot about "storytelling" in one form or another these days. It's become one of the most overused and hotly debated buzzwords in the business. Now, acclaimed commercial director Rodrigo Saavedra of The Directors Bureau puts storytelling in sharp focus for Francis Coppola's winery in "The Red Stain," a 10-minute brand film that...
  • Why Mastercard Is Adding a Charitable Aspect to Its Long-Running ‘Priceless’ Campaign
    Mastercard has added a new wrinkle to its famed Priceless campaign, which has already spanned two decades. The company worked with its creative agency, McCann, for the last year to develop the addition to the campaign. Called "Start Something Priceless," the new effort is meant to inspire people to do something they have always wanted...

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  • Automotive expert Bob Lutz suggests buying a Tesla before it goes out of business
    Tesla might sell more all-electric vehicles than any other car manufacturer in the U.S., but automotive industry veteran Bob Lutz warns the company could soon go broke.  The 85-year old Lutz's candid thoughts were reported last week by The Los Angeles Times as the former Vice Chairman of General Motors spoke to a group of […]
  • If you own a damaged iPhone 6 Plus, you could get a free iPhone 6S Plus upgrade
    If you have a damaged iPhone 6 Plus, you may qualify for more than a simple replacement.  According to an internal company memo spotted by MacRumors, Apple is allowing iPhone 6 Plus models that qualify for a whole-device replacement to be substituted by the iPhone 6S Plus.  The memo obtained by MacRumors reportedly says, "orders […]
  • Facebook admits that, yea, maybe it's not great for democracy
    Facebook is many things, but good for democracy might not be one of them. On Monday, Facebook executives and outside experts publicly released their thoughts on the effect social media — specifically Zuckerberg's controversial platform — has on democracy. The conclusion? Um, well, yeah — it might not be so great. And Facebook did not […]
  • This K-Cup instant coffee brewer will get caffeine into your bloodstream in seconds
    Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. It's Monday. The deals are hot and the coffee is flowing. When you need that java fast, this InstaBrew pod coffee maker is up for the […]
  • DJI's new foldable drone is coming, and we just learned almost everything about it
    DJI is set to unveil a new consumer drone on Jan. 23, but a leak appears to have already spoiled the  announcement. The new drone is purportedly called the "Mavic Air," and looks to be a cross between DJI's ultra compact and foldable Mavic Pro and the even tinier, gesture-controlled Spark. And you wonder why […]
  • Apple and Malala Yousafzai partner up to fight for girls' education
    Apple CEO Tim Cook and Nobel Prize-winning activist Malala Yousafzai are working together to ensure girls around the world receive a proper education. Apple announced on Sunday it's becoming the first Laureate partner for The Malala Fund,  Yousafzai's philanthropic organization. In the role, Apple will be working to support and expand the 20-year-old's efforts to […]
  • A robot chef cooked my lunch, and it was delicious
    About a week ago, my wife and I ate a meal that was entirely prepared by a robotic chef.  The GammaChef — a machine akin to a large coffee maker — did everything on its own. It heated the pot and added the ingredients — beef steak chunks, pasta, mushrooms, water, oil, seasonings and sauces […]
  • These pest repellers use ultrasonic sound waves to take care of bugs and rodents
    Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. We already know how much you love the ultrasonic pest repeller, which was a huge hit the last time we wrote about it. So why not […]
  • Razzie Awards nominate Mark Wahlberg, 'Fifty Shades,' and 'mother!' for being the worst
    Movies were great in 2017, but in a very real sense they were also terrible. We will only reach movie nirvana when the Razzies no longer award the worst movies, pairings, and actors in a given year. 2017's biggest culprits were Fifty Shades Darker and Transformers: The Last Knight – the latter of which earned […]
  • Woman harassed by man who won't take no for an answer gets rescued by helpful stranger
    When Amna Saleem was hanging out at her favourite writing spot in east London, she was approached by a man who wouldn't take no for an answer. What happened next, however, will restore your faith in humanity.  SEE ALSO: This code word will help you when you feel unsafe on a date Saleem says that […]

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  • Interactive ad: The Cornerstone Partnership: Window To Our World
    In a ground-breaking venture for technology and social care, award-winning director Ben Perry executes a 360 virtual reality film to raise awareness of children's experiences of foster care and adoption. The arresting film for The Cornerstone Partnership gives viewers a piercing insight into the realities of children from broken homes who start new lives with […]
  • Interactive ad: fuzion toners: Broken
    A social media post from fuzion toners leveraging the mess in Washington.Category: Business equipment & servicesClient: Genuine SupplyAgency: Agency59Creative Director: Brian HowlettCopywriter: Nick BlagraveArt Director: Carlie Turco
  • Interactive ad: PFLAG Canada: The Pride Flag Can Help You See The World
    FCB/Six, Canada and PFLAG Canada invited LGBTQ+ travellers to tell us about the places they’ve been and the things they’ve seen around the world in this campaign turning the pride flag into a travel guide.Category: Public interestClient: PFLAG CanadaAgency: FCB/Six, CanadaExecutive Creative Director: Ian MackenzieArt Director: Devon WilliamsonCopywriter: James LyArt Director: Allan MahAssoc Creative Director: […]
  • Interactive ad: McDonald's: Reindeer Ready Live
    McDonald's has launched Reindeer Ready Live, a brand new app, created by Leo Burnett London, available for the first time this Christmas. Families can now create the magical moment the reindeer arrives and view it with their children on Christmas Day, to share proof of Father Christmas' visit! The Reindeer Ready Live app allows the […]
  • Interactive ad: Pinacoteca Art Museum of São Paulo: PinaTracks
    The São Paulo Pinacoteca the oldest art museum in the city has teamed with F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi to launch an interactive game to promote a unique experience for those who visit the institution. It transforms the subway and metropolitan train lines in Sao Paulo into a giant game board and challenges players with questions […]
  • Interactive ad: Google Arts & Culture: Face-Matching App
    Keep exploring with Google Arts & Culture. Meet the people, visit the places and learn about the events that shaped our world. Discover collections curated by experts from the most famous museums. Be moved by stories depicted in thousands of photos, videos, manuscripts and artworks on every type of screen and in virtual reality. Find […]
  • Outdoor ad: Hum: Driving Good - Half-Pint Heroes
    Half-Pint Heroes brings hope and healing through therapeutic visits with miniature horses. Volunteers for Half-Pint Heroes load their team of miniature horses into their cars and trailers to drive them wherever they are needed. Because Hum by Verizon believes in what drivers can do, we make technology that assists and empowers them on the road. […]
  • Outdoor ad: Stella Artois: Taps
    Clean water at the turn of a tap is such a simple thing. Yet millions of people in the developing world spend up to 6 hours every day just collecting the water they need to survive. But you can help. Just one, limited-edition Stella Artois Chalice provides water to someone impacted by the global water […]
  • Outdoor ad: ANGFA: Washable Book, 1
    On January 15, 'Hand Washing Day' in Japan, McCann Health announced that together with ANGFA they have developed the world's first* picture book, "Washable Book" that provides children an experience to enjoy a story by washing the hands of the character in the storybook with a germicidal soap, which prevents infectious diseases. Children will thereby […]
  • Outdoor ad: Motor Accident Commission of South Australia: Horooster
    Country roads are a particular concern for the Motor Accident Commission of South Australia (MAC), with a high percentage of motor vehicle accidents within the state occurring in regional areas. On country roads, there's always something that could go wrong. From fallen branches to stray animals to rogue weather, conditions can change in an instant. […]

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  • How to Break Down Your Big Idea and Make Your Next Move
    You know when you get a Big Idea for a project that lights you up and derails your to-do list for the day? It could be a content series or a whole new business concept. You might even spend a few hours writing down why you’re qualified to do it and who it will help. […]
  • Get More Traffic, More Confidence, and More Work Done
    Good to see you again! With the Monday Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, this was a short week on Copyblogger. On Tuesday, Kelton Reid kicked things off with a thoughtful look at impostor syndrome — with clues on how to approach it from different sources, including the famous Turing Test. And on Wednesday, I talked […]
  • A ‘Big Blog’ Strategy Anyone Can Use for More (and Better) Traffic
    Do you get all the traffic you’d like for your site? Do visitors just keep pouring in, letting you meet all of your business goals with ease? Yeah, don’t worry, no one actually says Yes to that question. Getting new people to your site can be tricky, and changes in Google and Facebook algorithms don’t […]
  • How a Famous Robot Test Can Help You Beat Impostor Syndrome
    Have you ever had that nightmare where you’re sitting in an examination room in front of a panel of experts, watching a timer count down to zero? You’re being asked a series of critical, complex questions, and you’re running out of time to answer. In fact, you haven’t answered one correctly, or at all, and […]
  • Taking the Day to Honor Martin Luther King, Jr.
    Today is the U.S. holiday set aside to celebrate the life, accomplishments, and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. No marketing lessons, no promotional tie-ins, just our respectful acknowledgement of an American hero. We’ll be back on the blog tomorrow … looking forward to seeing you then. 🙂 The post Taking the Day to […]
  • Powerful Habits, Potent Engagement, and a Double Dose of Pink
    How’s your January going? I’ve been having a great time looking at our publishing themes and brainstorming cool new topic ideas with our editorial team. And I’m so glad you’re here starting the year with us. 🙂 This week kicked off with a discussion about habits (which are the super secret decoder rings that allow […]
  • 7 Ways to Bring More Artistry to Your Writing
    The killer and the poet — ideally both in balance. That’s our theme for writers in 2018: To sharpen up your “killer” side with strategic, analytic, and technical skills, without ignoring your “poetic” side that has the talent to create fascinating content. Today’s post is about nurturing that inner poet — and adding more artistry […]
  • Attract Better Clients and Customers with the ‘Chuckle Point’ Technique
    If you know you don’t want to produce unicorn vomit (and I applaud you for that), you may have decided that your content will be “professional.” I was extremely preoccupied with “professional” when I started creating content 10 years ago. Revealing anything about my non-work personality was out of the question. But I had the […]
  • How to Build Daily Habits that Support Your Goals
    Last month, I wrote about how a goal-oriented approach to using technology can help you become more focused and productive. Using that guidance, I’ve now broken negative habits and built new ones that support my goals. Want to know how I changed my relationship with screens in ways I used to only dream about? Before […]
  • Jump into a Creative and Productive New Year
    Happy new year! I hope your holidays were good and that you’ve managed to re-find some semblance of your routine. (Or maybe even some cool new routines.) On Tuesday this week, Stefanie Flaxman gave us seven ideas for how to thrill your boss, editor, or clients with your writing professionalism. And on Wednesday, Brian Clark […]

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  • An important message from Consumer Reports
    This is our last post on Consumerist.com. We’re deeply proud of all the work we’ve done on behalf of consumers, from exposing shady practices by secretive cable companies to pushing for action against dodgy payday lenders. We’ve had a tremendous run as a standalone site. Now you’ll be able to get the same great coverage of […]
  • How Much Black Licorice Does It Take To Overdose?
    The trinity of divisive Halloween candies is made up of candy corn, marshmallow peanuts, and of course black licorice — perhaps the treat most likely to elicit either only joy or rage when it’s put into one’s candy sack. But there’s one thing that even those who stand firmly on the “love” side of this […]
  • United Plane Makes Emergency Landing Due To Smoke In The Galley
    Smoke in the cabin of a passenger airplane is a scary prospect. That’s why a plane heading from Munich, Germany to Washington Dulles International Airport made an emergency landing at Boston’s Logan Airport instead: There was smoke pouring from the plane’s galley… which may or may not have actually been caused by a fire. The […]
  • Operators Of Phony Rental Credit Check Scheme Must Pay $762K To Feds
    In January, federal regulators announced they had put a stop to an apartment rental scam in which homes (that may not exist) are listed online with the sole purpose of tricking prospective renters into paying for “credit checks” that will never be done. Now, the operators of the scheme must pay $762,000 to put an […]
  • Where Does The Cheese Belong In A Cheeseburger?
    When you think of the ideal cheeseburger, where is the cheese in the sandwich equation — is it beneath the patty, or on top of it? That is the question Google’s CEO has now promised to address, after someone questioned the company’s cheese placement in its cheeseburger emoji. Media consultant Thomas Baekdal pointed out on […]
  • Tesla Ends $1,000 Referral Credit Program
    Sure, saving $1,000 on a car that may cost you far in excess of $70,000 might seem like a minor victory, but it’s still better than nothing. But now that Tesla is becoming more of a household name and hoping to reach a more mass-market car-buying audience, it’s getting rid of even this relatively small […]
  • The Beer & Booze Company Behind Corona, Svedka & Mondavi Is Now Investing In Marijuana
    Instead of shrinking in fear from the rising green tide of legal marijuana, the parent company behind booze brands like Corona, Svedka, and Robert Mondavi is jumping right in with a big investment in the legal marijuana business. Constellation Brands Inc. is shelling out $191 million for a 9.9% stake in Canopy Growth Corp, a […]
  • Maryland To Try Sending Recall Notices With Car Registration Renewals
    Your state’s department of motor vehicles already knows what make and model of car you own, and sends you registration documents every few years that you have to open. Safety advocates have suggested including information about important vehicle recalls in vehicle registrations to make sure more people know about recalls and comply. In an experimental […]
  • Everything You Need To Know To Get Started With Obamacare Open Enrollment
    Despite repeated Congressional and Executive branch efforts, the full Affordable Care Act is still in place. That means insurance-shopping season is nearly upon us: Open Enrollment begins Nov. 1 (and ends Dec. 15). But there’s less money being spent on advertising and outreach this year, which means even the basics can be hard to get […]
  • 5 Things Experts Say You Should Know About Obamacare Open Enrollment
    If anything is true of 2017, it is this: Confusion reigns. And nowhere do we see that more than in healthcare, where failed repeal attempts, executive orders, sudden, out-of-the-blue policy changes, and general unpredictable chaos have dominated the news. But the fact remains that Americans still need access to medical care, and for those who […]

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  • Lamb Side Story unites Australian left and right
    MLA (Meat & Livestock Australia) is running “Lamb Side Story”, an advertising campaign encouraging Australians to put aside their differences and embrace a summer ‘Lambnesty’. The commercial at the heart of the campaign provides a song and dance homage to the West Side Story musical. A modern day lamb barbecue set in a suburban cul […]
  • Don’t You Forget About Me – State Farm
    State Farm is running “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”, a commercial featuring the 1985 Simple Minds hit in the context of a soup kitchen, supporting the insurance company’s Neighborhood of Good movement. The holidays are a popular time to get involved and give back, but when the decorations come down and the season of giving […]
  • BBC One – The Supporting Act
    BBC One’s Christmas 2017 campaign featured an animated short film, “The Supporting Act”, illustrating the joy of a shared moment. The 2 minute film follows a 10-year-old girl who practices day in and day out to give the most important dance performance of her life. Her dad is always with her but he’s busy, and […]
  • Time Machine for Breast Cancer Now
    Breast Cancer Now – the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, is running “Time Machine”, a commercial raising awareness of a goal of defeating breast cancer by 2050. The Time Machine commercial follows a young girl on a secret mission – the purpose of which isn’t revealed to the viewer until the very end. Over a […]
  • I am the future – Itau Bank
    Brazilian bank Itaú Unibanco is running a commercial, “I Am The Future” (Eu sou o futuro), designed to inspire proactive engagement with the future. Narrated by Brazilian actress Fernanda Montenegro, the film discusses how people’s actions in the present can influence everyone’s future. Themes such as love, fear, uncertainty, truth, happiness, peace, differences and hope […]
  • Esso Reindeer Princess
    ExxonMobil Europe is connecting into the Christmas season with “Esso Reindeer Princess”, an online film set in Norway. The commercial explores the story of Anne, a young woman who has found her place in the Sámi tradition of reindeer racing. Growing up in her local community she felt as though she didn’t fit. However she […]
  • Otto Feliz Navidad – Christmas Together
    Germany shopping chain OTTO is running “Together It’s Christmas”, an advertising campaign centred on the classic Christmas song “Feliz Navidad”. Set in the middle of the Bolivian mountains, the Together It’s Christmas commercial (Gemeinsam wird’s Weihnachten) shows a bus journey going awry after a landslide. With no help in sight, the passengers come to realise […]
  • Système U Christmas Instore
    Système U stores in France are running a Christmas marketing campaign with a television commercial highlighting one of the founding values of the company : proximity. U’s merchants come from the region where their store is located. Their commitments in local life, taken independently, are daily embodied in the actions of their stores – both […]
  • NZ Police Recruitment on the run
    The New Zealand Police has launched a fast paced recruitment video as part of the New Cops campaign to attract hundreds of new recruits. They’re looking for a diverse range who can form a team that represents and understands all communities of New Zealand. The NZ Police recruitment film features over 70 actual cops. The […]
  • Der Tagesspiegel Trump Newspaper Stack
    Der Tagesspiegel, a German newspaper, and Scholz & Friends have won two Grand Prix awards for their print ad: “Newspaper Stack – Trump”, at the London International Awards (Poster) and the Epica Awards (Press). Launched in the lead up to the US Presidential elections in November 2016, the print ad shows a stack of newspapers […]

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  • Banking made simple(r)
    How has your banking experience been? For some, pretty good. For others, not too great. Well Chase is doing something about it by creating more customer friendly branches. These compact branches will be geared towards your everyday banking needs without the complexity that comes with a core branch. These needs include deposits, withdrawals and opening […]
  • Grip it...grip it good!
    How do you sell a product we take for granted and view in terms of necessity as opposed to quality? You make it extremely fun and engaging for consumers to interact with. Continental Tyres leveraged their partnership with the Prudential RideLondon race to educate a targeted audience on the power of their ultimate grip functionality. […]
  • Only VR can prevent wildfires?
    With bushfires known as a major problem in Australia's warm climate (as well as other locations around the world), VicEmergency seeks to create awareness in a unique way. VicEmergency developed a virtual reality (VR) experience for locals to experience the devastation they could cause. They are put to the test by interactively responding to prompts on […]
  • Boxing Workout Without The Sweaty Gym or Pain
    In what could be the next wave of athletes seeking to bring fans into their world via technology, Boxer Floyd Mayweather has debuted a VR fitness game at CES. What is most interesting is how the experiences of similar simulated games are enhanced and possibly validated through the involvement of those with that particular expertise.What […]
  • Transit Shoes
    If you are an urban dweller looking for a seamless way to navigate the city from walking the streets to strap-hanging, Adidas has pioneered the shoe for you. Adidas Originals partnered with Berlin's public transportation system (BVG) to pioneer a better urban experience.  The sneakers serve as a free transit pass and those wearing the shoes will […]
  • IPEA
    Serving a hyper-focused message at exactly the right time to exactly the right consumer can be a challenge. IKEA addresses this challenge by facilitating a self-selecting interaction between their crib promotion and expectant mothers. How...well?  That's where it gets a little personal. IKEA created an interactive print ad that also serves as a pregnancy test […]
  • Inspiring Commitment...Hardcore
    Have you committed to a healthier lifestyle in the new year? What does commitment really mean to you? In an effort to illustrate and inspire commitment in the midst of resolution season, Equinox created seven products that are "inspired by the passions and persistence of some of the most committed people and organizations on earth." From […]
  • Driving? Help Keeping Your Eyes on the Road.
    Admit it, do you use your phone while driving? Well, 8 out of 10 drivers do. Not surprisingly, drivers are 300% more likely to be in an accident when using their phone, making the roads less safe for all of us.Audi addresses this issue head-on by developing a free code for website scripts that can […]
  • Order a burger with a smile
    In 2018, CaliBurger will be rolling out facial-recognition kiosks inside their restaurants worldwide. These kiosks are meant to make it faster and easier for customers to order their meal. Once a loyalty-account is created, the consumer can log into their profile by smiling at the camera. Then, they can use the touch screen display to […]
  • Mobile keyless entry makes it easier to rent a car
    Traveling can be a mega hassle. After a couple hours crammed on a crowded plane, the last thing you want to do is wait in line for a rental car. But Avis and Continental have teamed up to create a new mobile app that is about to make renting that brand new Corvette so much […]

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  • Hit: Compostable Straws, 3
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  • Oxfam: Diploma
    The situation of women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is alarming. Lack of access to contraception, poor health care and early pregnancy prevent young girls from going to school, which hampers the country's economic development. oxfam_-_diploma.jpg  
  • Oxfam: Ruler
    The situation of women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is alarming. Lack of access to contraception, poor health care and early pregnancy prevent young girls from going to school, which hampers the country's economic development. oxfam_-_ruler.jpg  
  • Oxfam: Pencil
    The situation of women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is alarming. Lack of access to contraception, poor health care and early pregnancy prevent young girls from going to school, which hampers the country's economic development. oxfam_-_pencil.jpg  
  • Tangerine: Stuntman
    Video of Investments that work as hard as you do.
  • DnB: The Sneaky Pillar
    Video of The Sneaky Pillar
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