How cheap does it make YouTube and the video content look.
1/ Join Free, Flirt Now.
2/ I built a Free website.
The be fair the “flirt ad” is the main offender here, it’s pretty shocking.
At least the Yola ad has some design around the stock photo.
The only bonus is that someone has written a great little spoof “link building” comment underneath. 🙂
Feels like an age since I wrote about a nice “MPU” or “expandable”. The online ad world has moved so fast and into so many different areas that it’s nice to see to a piece of work that restores my faith in the art. I love the craft in it.
Showing that Vimeo will let you get a bit creative on their site too here’s a nice “takeover”.
There’s no snazzy interactivity jut sit back, press play, and enjoy the animation/code razzle dazzle.
To experience it properly you need to view it on Vimeo (hmmm. I’ve thought of a new ad format).
Right-click and it’ll help you figure out how they do it.
There’s a couple of little things missing, like a website link in the description underneath. Plus I’m not sure how people are finding it.
I find Vimeo a bit less social than YouTube. That’s not necessarily a bad thing on some occasions. But It’s made its way to me OK (3-times in fact) so I guess they’re doing something right!
Open it in a New Window – http://vimeo.com/9194146
Here’s the core video:
“And Then There Was Salsa” from Frito Lay Dips on Vimeo.
Anyone know the agency?
Absolutely stunning film on seatbelt safety. So refreshing to see, made my eyes shiny…
Filmed in a two story warehouse, in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. The “machine” was designed and built by the band, along with members of Synn Labs over the course of several months.
This is the Rube Goldberg machine version. In other words, a video depicting complex devices that perform simple tasks in indirect, convoluted ways.
Currently at 679 views. Expect a jump soon.
Photos of Streatham, taken with the Cross Process iPhone app.
See and download the full gallery on posterous
Sent from my iPhone