Tag archive for ‘Google’
By Bartel Scheers On Saturday, March 17th, 2012
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Google Re:Brief – Iconic Advertising Re-imagined For The Web

Google might not be the most popular company in the world, but the Internet-giant sure knows how to create interesting advertising campaigns. For Google’s latest campaign the company has partnered with four More...

By Bartel Scheers On Sunday, October 30th, 2011
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QR-coded Google Murals

Back in March I was pretty excited by the idea of businesses using their rooftops as ‘Google Murals’ to advertise their company’s locations on Google maps or Google Earth. To me it was like the More...

By Bartel Scheers On Tuesday, September 27th, 2011
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Google Chrome: Johnny Cash Project

At this point in time, does the internet and Google specifically, really need to advertise? It’s almost akin to advertising oxygen. Almost. You see, this new TV commercial for Google Chrome has a smart message More...

By Bartel Scheers On Monday, March 28th, 2011
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Google Murals

Taking inspiration from Molly Dilworth’s recently painted rooftop murals, we began to consider if satellite art could become the new advertising billboard. Dilworth painted three murals on NYC rooftops with the More...

By Bartel Scheers On Monday, January 31st, 2011
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Google Localisation Experiments

You may have noticed a number of changes to the way Google are operating lately. One of the biggest changes has been towards deeper and more focused location integration in the Chrome browser, the Chrome OS, and More...

By Bartel Scheers On Thursday, November 25th, 2010
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No-Flash Fashion by Google

At the WWD CEO Summit early this month in New York, Google VP Marissa Mayer took the stage to give senior fashion and retail professionals some advice about their web presence. After explaining how Google Trends More...

By Bartel Scheers On Monday, July 26th, 2010
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The YouTube Snake

Kind of nobody knows how long this trick has been around, but all suspect it was implemented fairly recently, since the way it’s triggered has surely been hit accidentally before. On some YouTube videos, it’s More...