Blipping the CR Annual

This year Creative Review teamed up with Blippar to create the first interactive CR Annual, allowing you to read about the award winning campaigns whilst blipping the pages to get instant access to loads of extra content.

This year Creative Review teamed up with Blippar to create the first interactive CR Annual, allowing you to read about the award winning campaigns whilst blipping the pages to get instant access to loads of extra content.

With a limited amount of space in print, we wanted you to have access to all the additional images, along with videos to bring the pages to life. So we joined forces with Blippar for your viewing pleasure, availible by simply by downloading the free app to your smartphone and scanning any page of the Annual where you see the ‘phone’ icon.

The app will automatically take you to its digital counterpart, and load up all the moving image work (ads, films etc.) plus also show extra images for many of the other projects featured.

For more info about Blippar and to download, click here.

 

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