Articles Tagged ‘JWT’
JWT partners with Thunder on programmatic creative
Why the agency is shaking hands with a fledgling technology to automate (and optimize) parts of the creative process.
Children’s Miracle Network takes its ‘champions’ digital
How an automatic balloon machine has helped the organization broaden its storytelling.
The Contenders: Tech that packed a punch
Our look at this year’s award show hopefuls continues with work that used technology to bring insights to life.
Recognizing what makes up Toronto
The city’s tourism organization positions a culturally progressive urban hub as “Canada’s downtown.”
Check it out: Tim Hortons features ‘perfect pairs’
The QSR uses personal storytelling to lend a human touch to a specific meal occasion.
Mazda turns heads
An interactive, face-tracking billboard aims to reflect the craft that goes into the automaker’s design.
Air Canada flies the country’s ‘newest family’
A timely new video shows the airline helping reconnect a refugee family on Canadian soil.
Pennzoil braves the cold
The brand visits a Canadian tundra to show how its oil can handle the country’s tough winters.
Walmart targets growing needs
The retailer’s back-to-school campaign looks to give extra value to both moms and post-secondary students.
Two scoops, with a side of millennial marketing
Haagen-Dazs has changed its tune to hone in on the youthful gen.
Cannes 2016: Canada gets 28 more shortlist mentions
Canadian work dominated in Design, also making showings in the Digital Craft, Outdoor and PR categories.
Air Canada creates novice maestros
A cross-country interactive installation aims to show the brand’s support for the arts community.
Updated: Canada takes 28 One Show Pencils
Rethink takes the most Pencils while Grey, Cossette and Zulu all nab Golds.
JWT Canada wins Splenda’s North American business
The shop is tasked with a new product launch for the U.S.-based sweetener brand.
Hotels.com (and Captain Obvious) come north
From pasty skin to hoser jokes, the brand plays on Canadian characteristics for its first unique campaign in this market.