Nokia has recently launched a website to present its environmentally friendly phone, the 3110. The site doesn’t tell much about the technical features of the phone, rather it focuses on the ecological aspects of the project, with a series of interests to Nokia and WWF people.
At first sight (and also at second sight), the website hasn’t got anything special. The navigation interface, in particular, is a bit “disconnected” and could be very much improved. However I appreciated the enrichment of the interviews with simple yet nicely done animations that reinforce the story telling and help the viewer to keep paying attention to what the testimonials say.
I believe the agency behind all this is Wieden + Kennedy.
Over 7 million pounds have been invested by Microsoft to promote the new Office version. New Media Age explains the campaign has a “viral nature” and includes streaming video clips, banners as well as print and outdoor ads. The creativity is by McCann WorldGroup (McCann-Erickson for advertising and MRM Partners for direct marketing) which decided to use the image of dinosaurs to encourage users to “evolve” and upgrade.
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