Even the best driver has human moments. And a lot can happen in a few milliseconds on the road.
This campaign slows down time to show how fast Toyota Safety Sense™ works when a split second matters.
Keeping up with technology can be exhausting. Investing in the latest and greatest gadget means the introduction of a new version could make yours obsolete instantly.
So we created Best Buy Future Proof. A program that allows people to trade in their gadgets so they don't ever have to worry about being left in technology's dust.
The Hyundai Genesis is unexpectedly fast. So we set out to prove the car could go 0-60 mph in less than a Vine.
One Show Interactive 2014 Finalist- Branded Social Post
One Show Interactive 2014 Finalist- Best Use of a Social Network
Webby Honoree 2014- Entertainment
New York Festivals- Finalist Award
When you completely reinvent yourself as a brand, you learn a few things along the way. “Pizza Proverbs” are oven-baked insights gleaned from the journey to create a better pizza. We started the conversation with 8 different proverbs on the new pizza boxes. Then gave fans a chance to contribute their own sage words of pizza wisdom and be immortalized on future boxes.
Estimated free media impressions: 300 million.
For years, drivers have resorted to silly smartphone mounts in cars. As the first car to fully integrate the smartphone, we celebrate Android Auto by retiring these devices. It’s the end of the road for the window mount suction thingy.
As anyone whose ever used Siri can attest, frequent misunderstandings often make these omniscient devices seem quite dumb. Conceived from this truth, this campaign highlights the intelligence of Toyota's know-it-all, Jan.
Layering looping GIFs inside a 360º experience, we created this playful, first-of-its-kind digital piece, showcasing the best features of the Toyota Highlander.
With the introduction of Android Auto, you've got Google at your fingertips. That may, or may not, be a good thing.
In this spot, we added few references to topics that the conspiracy community might pick up on. And they took the bait.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And dinner is a meal that many plan their day around. This relegates lunch to a mere afterthought. We created this "Lunch Amnesia" campaign based on the observation that yesterday's lunch is hard to remember.
Domino's for lunch? You won't forget that tomorrow.
Everyone knows Hondas last a long time. So there's a possibility your Honda might actually outlive you. "Will Your Honda" is a place for Honda owners to create a legally-binding will, so they can pass on their long-lasting Honda to someone they know will care for it after they're gone.
Neuroscience has revealed humans make decisions based on motivations rooted in the emotional regions of the brain. We decided it was time to try and personalize content to each person's current emotional state. Using a person's recent emoji usage as an emotional indicator, we served up one of 80 emoji stories we knew would reflect their current mood.
Introducing a new holiday fundraising initiative: Men wrapping packages to raise money for packages at the Testicular Cancer Foundation.
This campaign is ode to people whose competitive nature doesn't have an off switch. The type who love winning at everything winnable. From a foot race with a child, to fantasy football, some people simply don't know how to lose.
The bicycle remains the most efficient human-powered land vehicle. The more bikes a city has, the better.
From this core belief, we launched B-cycle in Boulder Colorado, the first bike sharing program in the U.S. The launch became a model for success, inspiring cities across the country to join in the new sharing economy.
Temptations is the first Jell-O just for adults. We decided to create the world’s first vending machine that can sense if you are in fact, a grownup. Using INTEL facial recognition technology, the vending machine was capable of identifying adults and children within 25 feet.
Move along kids. Nothing to see here.
Many people think of a Hyundai as a Korean automaker. But the Sonata was designed and assembled in America.
To emphasize these American origins we created Sonata Spotted. A geo-guessing game built on top of Google Street View, challenging players to spot the Sonata’s location using their knowledge of America’s roads, landscapes and terrain.
A selection of a few passion projects I've created over the years with friends.
The Hyundai Sonata was the only hybrid with a lifetime battery warranty. We created these infinite digital installations to spread the word. Embedded glance-detection sensed when someone was looking, triggering a more immersive experience.
Everyone knows distracted drivers on smartphones cause accidents. But nowadays distracted pedestrians are just as common. Just one of the many good reasons Toyota made pedestrian detection standard.
Rather than just tell people Hyundai's turbo Sonata is fast, we created an experience itself that could be experienced quicker. "How Fast Can you Turbo?" is a Spritz-powered speed reading experience that delivers the benefits of Hyundai’s new turbo technology, at turbo speed.
RAV4 stands for Recreational Active Vehicle. Active is literally it's middle name. We created this campaign to capture the spirit of the original recreational vehicle, executing a stunt high in the mountain air of Patagonia.
Movie theaters and cell phones have never been friends. Until now. We created Best Buy Movie Mode to actually enhance the movie going experience by translating characters in real time during the movie Despicable Me. The app created a new level of engagement never before seen in mobile content.
How would you react if you'd just won a huge sweepstakes? We created this piece to celebrate the moment an everyday dude wins.
Aquaphor is great for helping tattoos heal. We created this campaign in collaboration with photographer John Midgley and tattoo artist Scott Campbell to showcase the power of Aquaphor healing ointment. Feed your freshly minted tattoo some Aquaphor next time you get inked. They love the taste.
A lot of things can raise your pulse. Sex, public speaking, roller coasters, dramatic movies. What about experiencing great design? Auto companies love to say their cars are beautifully designed. But we wanted to prove it. Using technology originally developed at MIT, this concept uses an everyday computer web cam to capture people's pulse rate in real-time. When it comes to design, the heart doesn't lie.
BK's King Deals are cheap. So cheap, you'll feel like you've robbed us. We created this campaign to heighten the feeling of lawlessness when ordering a BK King Deal.