Thank you to everyone who came out to the INDEVOURS Family Festival yesterday - we had a lot of fun and I hope you did too!
I haven't shared advertisements with you in a while, and have found a few really innovative and unique ones to share.
All three of these are 'active' advertisements, in that I feel they are trying to create a change or make a difference in the way we approach life.
First up is a more humorous ad - one produced by Adobe, promoting their computer program Photoshop.
Funny, huh? The reactions of the people being pranked are wonderful, and the advocacy for creativity is great!
Next up is a more serious and similarly technologically advanced advertisement. The Anar Foundation, a foundation combatting child abuse created an ad that looks different to adults than it does to children. They use this medium to provide children with a phone number to call if they need help, and remind adults of the gravity of the situation.
I think this is a powerful use of the technology and an excellent advertisement.
And lastly, a functionally creative series of ads by IBM.
What do you think of these ads? Do you feel that they are effective in building brand recognition and loyalty? Do they achieve the goals that the companies set out to complete? Let me know in the comment section!
Welcome! My name is Katiana and I am a development professional pursuing my dream to live out Isaiah 1:17 to the best of my abilities. I am passionate about teaching and working with vulnerable families and children to improve their lives sustainably.
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