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Interactive Annual 13:
A very rare combination of brilliant creativity and technical sophistication. The brand is shown in a playful and unobtrusive way which appeals to me as a consumer. Vas Sloutchevsky
The site, like phone styles and colors, allows users to express themselves through color and design in a unique way. If anyone has seen a teal phone laying around, its mine. Jeff Benjamin
This engaging microsite offers an homage to color and serves as a canvas for self-expression. By selecting one of ten Motorola product colors, users can create a piece of art by interacting with the cursor and finding secret keyboard shortcuts.
- 10 colors
- 23 featured phones
- XML-based configuration system for maintenance and updates
Cell phones are the new sneakers. Everybody has one and the choice of a cell phone speaks volumes about the user. This self-expression was further extended when Motorola introduced of a full range of gorgeous, color phones.
We worked with our office in Paris to bring the idea of color expression to life. Admittedly, we didnt always understand what was being said on the conference calls, but as it turns out, we didnt have tothe work says it all. Simple, powerful and engaging.
When we launched the site it was without a media plan, but the site just took off. Design blogs everywhere were talking it up, big time. In the first week or so, it received over 500,000 hits.
The Parisians were happy. New York was happy, The client was happy. Très bonLuke Bailey
Luke Bailey, DraftFCB New York/Ludovic Clamens, DraftFCB Paris, creative directors
Ryan Gerber, DraftFCB New York, associate creative director
Todd Levin, DraftFCB New York, writer
Alexis Isaac, DraftFCB Paris, technical lead
Simon Frankart, DraftFCB Paris/Theo Gennitsacis, DraftFCB Paris/Alexandre Pascual, DraftFCB Paris, graphic designers
James Genero, DraftFCB New York, information architect
Ben Lequertier, DraftFCB Paris/John Swartz, DraftFCB New York, project managers
DraftFCB Paris, project design and development
DraftFCB, ad agency
Robert Ting, Motorola, client