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  • Condom story
  • “Here’s to the crazy ones. The rebels. The troublemakers. The ones who see things differently. While some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
  • First principles of messaging Emotion trumps logic. Perception - condomBrevity trumps precision. Folgers coffee canValues trump features.Vibrant language trumps jargon.Avoid the most common Mistakes MEGO “my eyes glaze over” Literal Sclerosis Data Dump
  • HOLLY – WHAT’S THE BLACK BOX? DID SOMETHING ON THIS SLIDE BREAK?Colorectal Cancer Association of CanadaeColorectal Cancer Association of Canada is urging Canadians to show their butts online to raise awareness about the importance of getting screen for colon cancer. The digital campaign, online in English at www.getyourbuttseen.ca and in French at www.faitesvoirvosfesses.ca, is linked with the CCAC Facebook page, and is backed up with transit ads, digital boards and a television commercial. So what do you think? Tasteless or Nicely Executed? Will it motivate action or not?Online users can upload images of different bottoms that appear to have been taken by a photocopier or upload an image of their own backside and then send it to their friends via e-mail or for posting on Facebook. Users can select a preexisting photo of a sensational butt using a list of characteristics (sex, age, size and style) presented in a drop down menu. As the steps to send the image are completed, the user is presented with facts and statistics about colorectal cancer. On March 31 the CCAC will ask Facebook users to post the uploaded image of their selected butt as their profile picture in a demonstration of solidarity in the battle against colorectal cancer.
  • Colorectal Cancer Association of CanadaeColorectal Cancer Association of Canada is urging Canadians to show their butts online to raise awareness about the importance of getting screen for colon cancer. The digital campaign, online in English at www.getyourbuttseen.ca and in French at www.faitesvoirvosfesses.ca, is linked with the CCAC Facebook page, and is backed up with transit ads, digital boards and a television commercial. So what do you think? Tasteless or Nicely Executed? Will it motivate action or not?Online users can upload images of different bottoms that appear to have been taken by a photocopier or upload an image of their own backside and then send it to their friends via e-mail or for posting on Facebook. Users can select a preexisting photo of a sensational butt using a list of characteristics (sex, age, size and style) presented in a drop down menu. As the steps to send the image are completed, the user is presented with facts and statistics about colorectal cancer. On March 31 the CCAC will ask Facebook users to post the uploaded image of their selected butt as their profile picture in a demonstration of solidarity in the battle against colorectal cancer.
  • First principles of messaging Emotion trumps logic. Perception - condomBrevity trumps precision. Folgers coffee canValues trump features.Vibrant language trumps jargon.Avoid the most common Mistakes MEGO “my eyes glaze over” Literal SchlerosisData Dump
  • a graphic television advertising campaign starring former smoker and cancer survivor Ronaldo Martinez, his tinny, robotic voice warning of the consequences of cigarettes. And the ads appeared to jolt even hard-boiled New Yorkers, with smoking rates declining significantly among Hispanics and men at large in the city at the very time in 2006 when the commercials ran.
  • Story board message mistakes

    1. 1. Message Mistakes<br />Holly Minch<br />LightBox Collaborative<br />www.lightboxcollaborative.com<br />
    2. 2. Perception Trumps Reality<br />
    3. 3. Brevity TrumpsPrecision<br />
    4. 4. ValuesTrumpFeatures<br />
    5. 5. Emotion TrumpsLogic<br />
    6. 6. Emotion TrumpsLogic<br />
    7. 7. Vibrant LanguageTrumpsJargon<br />“We build capacity so low-income families can access the vital infrastructure of the social safety net system.” <br />
    8. 8. Messengers Can Trump the Message <br />
    9. 9. Holding good ideas up to the light<br />holly@lightboxcollaborative.com<br />@LBCollab<br />facebook.com/lightboxcollaborative<br />

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