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AMCHAM Advertising After Party

Last night Nils Anderson, Y&R China’s Chief Creative Officer, and I jointly presented at a special event hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. We wanted to share the winning campaigns from global advertising festivals like Cannes Lions to business leaders in China. I thought it would be interesting to share my own [...]
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Best of Webby Awards

Congratulations to all the 2012 Webby Award winners. Let’s take a look at some of my personal favorites. Akestam Holst won in the Augmented Reality category for their Sound of Football project for Pepsi Refresh – an initiative with the potential to revolutionize blind football but also change everyday life for the visually impaired community. You [...]
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Intel and Adidas score

There are more and more amazing examples of digital retail experiences. Intel and Adidas have teamed up with Start Creative to create this virtual wall of shoes, which the companies demonstrated at the National Retail Federation convention in New York. U.K. based Start Creative designed the touch screen wall which allows customers to see 3D views [...]
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Week of Tweets #5

Sorry folks, with the holidays and a massive project in the new year I have been neglecting my weekly summary of the best things I’ve shared on Twitter this past week. So this time I’m going to be picking my favourites from several weeks of tweets… RT @olliepee: @BBHLabs blogpost “The Coming Age of Augmentation” wins [...]
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Signage of the times

This digital signage concept created by Intel and Frog Design gives us a glimpse of the future of retail display advertising. Shame they take something so exciting and make it sound soooo boring. New presenters please!! Tweet This Post
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