Super clean, attention-grabbing layout but what I love most is how they offer only an “Either A or B” rather than “Yes or No” option for progressing into the site. (That’s a clever lesson taken from the Love and Logic approach to managing challenging children
One of the many fascinating features in the Wall Street Journal’s Creative Leaders Series (https://davedye.com/2019/06/06/the-wall-street-journals-creative-leaders-series/)
In order to break through the clutter, Bill Bernbach inspired Helmut Krone to create a completely new looking page, using the same old elements, with every campaign. Includes example ads from their classic Polaroid, VW, Avis, Scotts, Porsche, Chanel and other campaigns.
This is a fascinating read on how using just the right words can bring a message to life (and make it many times more effective)… http://www.awaionline.com/2013/02/david-ogilvys-copywriting-technique/
From the successes they had with VW, Avis and lesser known clients like Uttica Club (“Our Beer is 50 Years Behind the Times”), who can argue with the message in this public service ad produced by Bob Levenson at DDB (Doyle Dane Bernbach)? Leo Burnett Company had a similar mantra, the “power of truth simply […]