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The image above is an ad that Coca-Cola created for their 2016 campaign, “Taste the Feeling”.

Citation: Nudd. “Here Are 25 Sweet, Simple Ads From Coca-Cola’s Big New ‘Taste the Feeling’ Campaign.” – Adweek, Adweek, 19 Jan. 516 more words

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Nike-ID Customization Ad

Reverse Engineering and Analyzation

CUSTOMIZE YOUR GEAR (NIKE-ID)

Published/Aired: 

March 2008

Agency Network: 

Amity School of Fine Arts

Description: 

Print advertisement created by Amity School of Fine Arts, India for Nike, within the category: Fashion. 954 more words

Visual Media COMM 130

Zenith Money Market Fund: Investment made easy

By Bewaji Emmanuel – 24/9/2017

PUT YOUR MONEY TO WORK
Realise your future
goals with a plan
that starts today.
Zenith Money Market Fund
is targeted at investors seeking… 125 more words

The DEAL with a Wendy's ad

By: Amber Romriell

This is an advertisement put out by Wendy’s. It is an advertisement for their dollar menu. It is a pretty old ad, so it’s not on the website anymore. 331 more words

Ad

When You Can't Resist the Elements of Design

This Reverse Engineer project was created to see the use of contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity and color in the advertisement below. The advertisement used is for Heinz Ketchup. 346 more words

Ad

YETI Cooler Advertisement Design

Print advertisment created by McGarrah Jessee, United States for YETI, within the category: House, Garden. Ads of the World YETI Ad To understand why this advertisement works so well, I have gone step by step through the reverse engineer process of design. 346 more words

Design

Would You Like Fries With That?

This ad was designed by Quentin Brown for a print ad campaign for the H. J. Heinz Co. in 2008. Heinz ketchup was advertising the company’s new larger 20 ounce bottles of ketchup. 667 more words

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