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If you've recently worked on a creative project with multiple people, you know how fragmented the virtual conversation can get with email threads, Google Docs, Dropbox uploads and downloads, IM pings and text messages. And more and more software developers aim to untangle the webs we weave during such back-and-forth machinations.
Facebook today revealed a test in Ireland and Spain involving six emoji-based buttons that give users the option to express sentiments other than "like." The new possibilities—which appear alongside the "like" button—include "love," "
John Hancock's latest ads will leave you hanging. For a while, at any rate. In this new iteration of the "Life Comes Next" campaign from Hill Holliday, three 30-second teasers running on traditional TV prompt viewers to go online for three possible continuations of each story.
A duck-duck-goose-inspired touchdown celebration at a National Football League game is something I'd pay good money to see.
Bank of America and Christopher Guest would like to remind you ad people that there is, in fact, such a thing as a bad idea. And the argument, which doesn't need much help to start with, gets an assist from none other than Billy Idol in a new campaign from Hill Holliday.
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If there's one thing agencies are known for, it's a quirky work environment that's a far cry from typical corporate offices—including some seriously creative decor. Adweek snooped around a handful of digital agencies to find the most interesting, entertaining and unusual things on marketers' desks that keep their creative juices flowing.
Fans can step up to the plate for a chance to win prizes every Tuesday during Major League Baseball's regular season thanks to an online contest developed by Hill Holliday for Dunkin' Donuts.
Dunkin' Donuts wants to create cool musical buzz with millennials this summer to push its iced coffee products.