By Tim Collins
100 how you can Create an Ad is an obtainable creation to inventive advertisements strategies. that includes a hundred spreads detailing innovations comparable to the 'Reveal' and the 'Mash-up', it provides the foremost tools of devising print, tv, radio, direct, and on-line ideas.
The means of developing an advert might be divided into 3 steps: making plans; inspiration construction; crafting. This publication presents a simple advisor to idea construction, together with tools which are appropriate throughout media and supplying wide-ranging examples from overseas campaigns.
Aimed at supplier creatives, planners, and account handlers, in addition to image designers, advertising pros, and scholars, 100 how one can Create an Ad has wide-ranging attraction
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01 02 01 / Bupa 02 / Tide Reversing ﬁgures of speech can produce surprising headlines, as in this UK ad for a private healthcare company. Depicting the opposite of normal situations can be a clever way to demonstrate a product, as with this stainremoval pen. 03 / UK Health Council The pregnant man. Reversals can produce arresting visuals, as in this 1970 ad encouraging men to use contraception. 03 23 Displacing people or objects by putting them into inappropriate environments is a simple way to create an engaging visual.
Rather than explaining the beneﬁts of milk, the line simply prompts us to try and remember if we have enough in the fridge. And we all know how annoying it is to run out. 01 03 02 14 Grouping words and pictures into threes makes them easy to take in. 32 / 100 ways to create a great ad THE RULE OF THREE 01 / Sure Headlines and endlines often use the rule of three. This deodorant ad lists three examples of things that make you sweat. 02 / American Floral Association Posters and press ads often show three things side by side.
52 / 100 ways to create a great ad DISRUPTION 01 An effective way of grabbing attention can be to disrupt the conventions of a medium. It’s quite a common technique in press advertising to try and make it look as though an ad or product is somehow bursting through the page or crashing into the type of nearby articles. It might often be slightly overdone, but there are always inventive variations to be found, like the Johnnie Walker logo marching through the magazine barcode. Ogilvy and Mather’s campaign for Volkswagen was a clever take on the disruptive layout.
100 ways to create a great ad by Tim Collins