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🎨 Artsy ad of the week
The ad ops team clearly communicated well with their creative team when making this ad. Instead of boring clothing shots, ASOS amplified their art direction to align with their target audience – students searching for fun looks.
🤯 Woah ad of the week
AvantForm hits us with the most vivid examples from their CGI library. Just like a movie trailer, they showcase all the best moments they have on hand to create this ad we wish we could watch in theaters.
🌈 Color test ad of the week
CORKCICLE went down two different routes with these ads. They altered the bag colors, backgrounds, even the bottle and sunglasses to create distinct vibes between their posts. Such a contrast between the pair should help them determine what’s working and what’s not.
🤔 Confusing ad of the week
These ads from Essentia Water certainly are inspirational, but it's a bit hard to notice what they're actually about. A clear call to action would make a big difference.
📊 Feature test ad of the week
Hatch does an awesome job of testing two different types of ads. The first is full of features, and the other has only one. If your product has a lot to offer, it’s wise to experiment and find out what resonates more with the audience.
🖼️ Watercolor ad of the week
We love the watercolor style that Join Real used. Their brand has a welcoming, playful vibe, which is perfect for this kind of service. Unique branding drives performance as much as unique concepts do.
🧠 Incremental innovation ad of the week
While Nuggs' intriguing copy does wonders at holding your attention until you get to the end of the question, their standard approach to video production proves you don’t have to innovate everything to stand out.