Here Are the Year’s Most Inventive Marketing, Media and Digital Campaigns, Honored by Project Isaac

Approaching creative challenges with an inventive spirit has never been more important. The worlds of marketing and media are being rapidly reshaped by data and technology, but interactive innovation only takes you to the next step.

True firsts can move sectors, categories, companies and people beyond the tactical and into the realm of transformation. This year's winning work in Adweek's Project Isaac Awards, all of which you can find profiled below, celebrates the push toward that ideal and ignites the imagination and vision to find what lies beyond the proven and predictable.

The Jury

Ed Brojerdi (chair), KBS+
Christine Amirian, Samsung Electronics
Jeffrey Benjamin, Entrepreneur
Sim Blaustein, BDMI
Donald Chesnut, SapientNitro
Scott Cullather, inVNT
Catherine Davis, Leo Burnett
Eric Franchi, Undertone
Tylor Garland, Boombang
Trudy Hardy, BMW of North America
Justin Hendrix, NYC Media Lab
Scott Hess, Spark
Sarah Hofstetter, 360i
Vicki Lins, United Way
Matt Powell, KBS+
Rob Schoorl, Business Insider
Helayne Spivak, VCU Brandcenter
Cindy Stockwell, Trilia/Hill Holliday
Chris Weil, Momentum