A fun global campaign we created for Philips Sensotouch 3D shavers. My role was Creative Director.
This digital campaign for Dove lets Facebook users displace adverts that prey on their insecurities and make them feel bad about themselves. This is the first application that plugs into the Facebook Ad Auction API to outbid negative advertisers for the keywords they typically use to target women. It's now run in Australia, the UK, Brazil and 17 other countries and displaced 3.3 Billion negative ads. It was created in-house at Ogilvy London.
Silver Cyber Lion
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Paul Arden Award for Innovation
Silver in Beauty
Jay Chiat Awards for Strategic Excellence
Gold in Social Media
Silver in For-Good
Silver in Creative Technology
Bronze in Brand Experience
London International Awards
Gold in The New
Silver in Social Media
Silver in Digital Apps
Silver in Digital Advertising
Gold in Beauty
Silver in Social Networks
Silver in Online Ads
Silver in Integrated
In Book - Digital Advertising
In Book - Use of Social Media
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2 x Gold
Silver in Direct - Best Innovation
WPP'd Cream 2013
Gold in Best Creative Solution or Innovation
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Gold in Best use of Data in a Digital Campaign
Gold in Best Online Display Advertising
Silver in Best use of Social Media for Brand Building
Silver in FMCG
This is the first of the global integrated campaigns I've been working on for Dove. This is for the launch of some new body lotions. The idea is that body language can show you how a real woman feels about her skin. The campaign is launching worldwide with TV, Print, In-store, Digital and Social assets. Here are the highlights:
The Facebook hub is called "The School of Body Language". Here women can engage with body language (and the product) with the help of experts, quizes, tests, videos and a Body Language App. The Body Language App is a fun, easy messaging tool that lets women share video wall messages written in Body Language. Literally. The app was built by filming 6 real women making letters, numbers and punctuation. (The language moderation is worth testing.) Try it here.
We also used the body language to create an iAd game where you have to beat the clock by guessing the words the Dove real women are forming.
Credit to Ogilvy London, Ogilvy One & Dove Global.