Singapore’s National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) released its latest campaign in June before the start of the 2014 soccer World Cup. And while this ad is supposed to make you realise that gambling is problematic, now that Germany won the world cup, the story has a different meaning!
Red Balloon is an English language learning center in Brazil for kids. In their latest campaign by Ogilvy Brazil, brazilian kids spotted many celebrities tweets with English misspellings and replied from the Red Balloon account presenting themselves, correcting the mistake(s) and attaching a picture of them.
Huggies Brazil created the first connected diaper and they called it “Huggies TweetPee”. The concept consists of placing a humidity sensor on babies diapers that would notify parents about “leaks” through a smartphone app. There are three main purposes behind TweetPee: Monitoring “humidity levels” of your babies diapers, organizing your diapers stock (specially if you […]
You know this feeling when you wake up early to spend your day on the beach and it turns out the weather is not sunny enough? Looking back and thinking “Meh, I could’ve slept more!”. Nivea Sun Alarm finally brings an end to that by featuring different alarm times depending on the weather. Developed by AgênciaClick Isobar (Brazil), […]