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The Ford Active Park Assist challenge. The Parisian pinball parking game.

Nice street implementation in France to show the car benefits to the worst drivers.

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The evolution of media

Since old times we talk, communicate and share but over the time we tried to find better ways to do it, here’s a video where you can learn easily about how this happend

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See the cold coming

Focus on the problem, listen to your consumer and you’ll find the solution in front of you. By reading and listening what the people were saying about the cold on twitter, these guys took every cold related word during 6 months using an algorithm that identifies the symptom. Then they displayed this content back to them on the website where everyone could see the cold coming.

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Featuring elements/movies in 2 seconds each on a circle shape

Nice visual treatment used to show references of movies and TinTin episodes using an iconographic and minimalist concept centered in a circle.

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WOW! People are following me on Pinterest but I have empty boards… mmmm!

This new social network seems like it’s winning the battle so far (compared to it’s growth and other social network sites), getting users faster than google+ and facebook together, increasing the new internet bubble again as we have seen before. But there’s something that I don’t understand: why people are following me if I haven’t “Pinned” anything yet, ZERO, NADA, EMPTY EMPTY BOARDS.

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The history of the advertising

Since old times, SALES, on the future… SALES

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Click to draw on his face

Nice and interactive banner from Burger King, check out the how your 3D drawing is moving and following the head at the same time the video is playing.

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Dump The Big Six

It’s a nice artistically way to sale green energy from Ecotricity, collapsing cooling towers, the imagery was inspired by web artist Herman Bailey’s“Sad Chimney” gif. Herman is credited as part of the creative team behind the campaign.

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A little bit of humor with Siri in Scotland

The iPhone’s Siri doesn’t seem so smart in Scotland.

Many in Scotland find that their voice-activated virtual assistant can’t understand them, but that hasn’t prevented the new iPhone from becoming a top seller. And also that hasn’t prevented some jocks about it.

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The restart website

Nice website where you can see all different “restart your computer” versions since old times, try your option and remember how it was on your first computer.

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