It’s not everyday that we see ad campaigns that are brave enough to not feature the actual product itself. So, I get all excited when I do come across something like this Jeep campaign from Leo Burnett Paris. I’ve been fascinated with the Jeep brand since college when one of my roommates got a Jeep Wrangler and put a sticker (upside-down) on the windshield that read “If you can read this…roll me over!” This print campaign plays off that same idea and works perfectly in a medium where it’s easy for the reader to “roll” the page over.
Having trouble finding that perfect, last-minute, gift for your kid(s)? Taking a look at this awesome infographic from Abby Ryan Design might help spark some ideas by traveling back to your childhood. Even though I wasn’t around to experience the introduction of many of these toys, they are all still familiar to me. If you had to pick just one, what would it be?
Here’s a nice, short video with a simple explanation on keeping Powerpoint slides simple and engaging. I work on numerous presentations and they are always packed to the edges with content and bullet points, which John points out are really your notes or talking points. Read More
Foursquare just released a new business app that allows business owners to activate and deactivate deals/specials, post local updates, view recent visitors and their tips, and track analytics. The app also allows business owners to manage multiple locations and post updates to social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. Read More