Statistics show that posting a bus shelter ad produces high impressions at a low CPM. Companies understand and use this to their advantage. Due to great visibility and low public ad cost, companies hire good advertising agencies to create engaging bus stop ads for them.
What’s great about bus shelter ads, is that they’re working for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They also have high visibility as drivers, pedestrians, and bus riders all see your ads. Another great thing about them is that if you’re a local business owner, you can target a specific area of the city. It’s probably one, if not the, best way to target local consumers.
Today we will showcase twenty clever creative bus stop ads that got people talking. We did our best to select only the most creative and self explanatory ads for your viewing pleasure. So grab a cup of joe and enjoy!
IKEA: Bus Stop
Glitch art is the aestheticization of digital or analog errors usually occurring in software, video games, images, videos, audio, and other forms of data. It’s usually created by either corrupting the digital code or physically manipulating electronic devices. Continue reading “30 Cool Examples of Glitch Art” »
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A well layed out store can have a huge impact on sales. But getting there is easier said than done.
To have a successful interior layout you have to tell your brand’s story, create an immersive experience, have eye-catching window displays, and focus on every tiny detail possible. You want to create a space where customers feel welcomed and comfortable. All of these tiny goals take countless hours of planning and strategizing, but in the end they’re totally worth it.
When it comes to creating effective retail interiors, smart design decisions make a significant difference. For example, having a free-flowing layout gives merchants opportunities to spur impulse buying. You also don’t want to have a tall counter. Why? Because it creates an “us vs. them” mentality and sends the wrong signals. Continuously people may not be aware of this, but everybody knows that your subconscious mind is always at work.
Another well know fact is that more than 90 percent of customers will turn to the right as soon as they enter a store. Therefore you should utilize this opportunity by placing a high impact display showcasing your newest, hottest, and best products. Enticing and arousing your customer’s attention at this time can make a significant difference in regards to whether you make a sale or not.
A common theme you will find among the store layouts listed below is that they don’t force you down a narrow alley. Instead, they have large open spaces which create a much more comfortable shopping experience. It gives customers some room to breath and avoids the “butt-brush effect.” This term was coined by consumer behavious expert Paco Underhill. He discovered that typical customers, especially women, will avoid going after merchandise in an aisle where they could potentially brush another customer’s backside or have their backside brushed.
QUIQUE store by SYNArchitecture, San Jose – Costa Rica
Because most people judge a product by its packaging, any mediocre product packed in a fancy package would win against a great product in weak packaging. Instead of cutting corners companies are actually going beyond the conventional ‘shoe box’ by putting more time and thought when it comes to the overall customer experience.
The designs you will see today are very well executed, interesting, and are the epiphany of thinking outside the box. We hope they’ll spark some neurons and deliver some good ol’ inspiration. Enjoy!
Vans Shoeboxes by Nate Eul
The holidays are right around the corner, and if you’re anything like me, then you’ll will want to play ahead. Many families are completing their fall pictures now in order to be ready when the time comes.
Below you will find twenty minimal holiday cards that you can send to your loved ones. Each card can be easily edited and is print ready. Simply download the card, change the pictures, and you’re good to go. Yep, it’s that easy. Good luck and happy holidays!
Watercolor Peace Holiday Card
With a mounting focus on the environment, coupled with rising gas prices and a need for exercise, an increasing number of likeminded people are turning to a means of transport that is almost 200 years old and yet the height of modernisation: the bicycle. Continue reading “15 Creative Bike Rack Designs” »
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Most people assosiate street art with graffiti and vandalism. But in reality, it can be a lot of things. Technically speaking, street art is visual art created in public locations. It can be a stencil, chalk art, mural, graffiti, wheatpaste poster, street installation, or sculpture. The artists behind these pieces choose the streets to serve as their art gallery. Continue reading “Feast for the Eyes: 40 Visually Stimulating Street Artworks” »
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It’s one of the world’s most poorly kept secrets that inside even the most domesticated of men there is a furtive longing for a bachelor pad. A place of refuge in the wildest of locations, where he can live (or relive) his youth with just his best mates, the ultimate in gadgets and, perhaps most importantly, decorated in whatever outlandish style he wants. For some men, this dream has become a reality.
1. The Sheats Goldstein Residence
Designed by the legendary architect John Lautner, it’s no wonder the 50 year old Sheats Goldstein residence is still any bachelor’s dream come true. The space age design includes 750 tiny skylights made from actual drinking glasses, motorized sliding glass panels between rooms and a hot tub with stunning views overlooking Los Angeles. Continue reading “10 Extravagant Bachelor Pads From Around the World” »
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Inspiration plays an important role in the web design process. Keeping up and checking out the latest trends is a great way to see what is working and what you should avoid.
The most vital part of the website, along with functionality, is the way it looks. The 1990′s are over, meaning ugly websites should not even exist. Let’s face the truth, people judge by looks all the time. You think a cute girl, or guy for the women, isn’t going to get noticed as soon as he/she enters an overcrowded Starbucks? I’ll let you figure that out yourself…
Presenting a beautiful website to a first time visitor will make them stop for a second and say, “Wow, this site is pretty sexy!” Why look foul when you can look good? Focusing on designing a gorgeous website for any niche/industry is totally worth it, especially if it’s your brand.
Today we collected twenty-five outstanding web designs that will make any designed drool. Enjoy!
Knowing what separates good writing from bad writing is a challenge that every author faces at one time or another in his or her career. With an overwhelming amount of advice available on how to improve writing, it can be hard to decipher what is truly helpful. Below are the top twenty pieces of advice on how to improve writing from Reddit users.
1. Read your work out loud.When we read our work out loud, we might hear things that don’t sound right that we wouldn’t have noticed if we had only done our editing in our heads. This advice comes from Esvadude. Continue reading “20 Simple Tips That Will Dramatically Improve Your Writing” »
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If you know anything about Jeff Bezos, you know that he is an extraordinary man. He, a technology entrepreneur, is the founder and CEO of Amazon.com, as well as the owner of The Washington Post newspaper. He is also ranked as the 20th wealthiest person in the world with an estimated 30.2 billion net worth, and has been thus ranked as the second best CEO by Harvard Business Review, after the late Steve Jobs of Apple, of course.
Jeff Bezos has led the world in a strong and unforgettable direction with his accomplishments, and is clearly an expert in business. I have learned quite a number of things from him that I feel the need to share. Continue reading “10 Valuable Business Lessons I Learned From Jeff Bezos” »
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If you find yourself at a crossroads and are unsure of your life’s purpose; do not fret. After all, understanding ourselves is one of the most difficult things in life. It is important to remember that because we are always changing, the path to self-awareness, enlightenment, and acceptance often need to be retaken and reexamined. Life comes with its challenges, and even if you may be having a difficult time, there is always hope. Continue reading “Find What Matters: Creating a Purpose for Your Life” »
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During all the excitement of planning a holiday, packing is often left as an afterthought and done in a frenzied rush the night before the flight. This common ritual of unpreparedness is sometimes harmless, but often leads to a dreaded “oh no” moment when you’re thousands of miles away from home in a foreign land. In some bad cases, it can even ruin a holiday experience or become costly to fix the issue.
So before your next packing frenzy, be sure to check the following 20 essentials are tucked away safely in your travel bag. That way you’ll be prepared for any situation!
Not exactly the first thing that comes to mind, but you can see why a lock (or many) would be an essential for travel. Keep your possessions safe and don’t worry about misplacing the keys by using a combination lock for easy access and inspection. Continue reading “The Packing List: 20 Essential Items for Travelers” »
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We all envy those men and women who seem to have it all – business savvy, professionalism, and a successful company they started themselves. Sadly, the lives these people lead often seem well out of our grasp. But that doesn’t have to be the whole story. Many of these successful startup CEOs have little tips and tricks that they’ve learned to help them be more productive and more successful.
By getting more things done in the day, they’ve learned how to balance life and work while enjoying a career they crafted themselves. Interested in having your own successful startup? Try out a few of these productivity hacks and see how much more you can accomplish in a day.
1. Prioritize at the beginning of every morning.
Spend a few minutes before you get started by listing out the most important things you need to get done today. This will get you focused for the tasks ahead and keep you from being overwhelmed and sidetracked by the less important items. Continue reading “20 Productivity Hacks of Successful Startup CEOs” »
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Instead of purchasing the mundane, why not acquire a work of art, a focal point that has your guests talking? A sofa can be an object to inspire, enjoy and impress. Browse the following list and find one that inspires you or grabs your attention.
Canape by Lila Lang
Short on space but want that old fashioned style? Look no further than the Canape by Lila Lang – it is perfection. The symmetrical design fits either way up a corner wall, blending function and style. And bragging rights include the design that was featured at the Parcours Saint Germaine exhibition in Paris, France. Continue reading “16 Luxurious Sofa and Couch Designs” »
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