Monday Morning Spread: 17 September
The car manufacturer has created a scrolling advert for the launch of their Hybrid4 technology. Done in the style of a graphic novel, the advert takes you on an adventure which showcases each of the driving modes.
UNICEF has turned the social bookmarking site, known for baking and fashion, on its head. Using a fictional profile, the charity has created pins to show the less-than-luxurious desires of a child from Sierra Leone.
The brand known for being cutting-edge in technology has developed a flagship store in London that reflects this. Using 500 speakers and 100 screens to engage users, the store has intertwined both digital and physical components together.
Speaking in a recent conference, Mark Zuckerberg has stated that mobile is fundamental to the future of Facebook. He further supports this by saying that Facebook will eventually make more on mobile, than it will on the desktop.
The John F. Kennedy Library and Museum in New York have come together to launch a centralized twitter tribute which recreates Neil Armstrong’s journey to the moon. Every tweet using the hashtag #onesmalltweet adds 100 miles to the journey which is displayed on OneSmallTweet.com