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May 17, 2007
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Very very good. Great simple idea.

Posted by:Panos Sambrakos on May 18, 2007 10:25 PM

I like it, though I'd never have the faintest notion to fill this out for fear of it being a "Get a free iPod after signing up for 10 cards" type of offer.

Posted by:BlueBrat on May 19, 2007 3:53 AM

Very nice - but I'm with BlueBrat - I don't know that would attempt to type on a banner. Also wonder if enough people feel they know enough to have an opinion on the subject that they would try typing in. Still a cool creative idea.

Posted by:caff on May 24, 2007 1:47 AM

Good point BlueBrat. Maybe the amnesty logo should have been present the whole time so as to assuage any click-anxiety that we may otherwise have.

Posted by:phil bonnel on May 24, 2007 3:39 AM

^ - Agreed. Clever concept, but on a page ... I don't think I'd attempt to interact with it. Should probably have an autoplay? No, that wouldn't work... Anyway, clever concept -- but would people respond? I guess we'll/they'll find out.


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Posted by:Mark on May 25, 2007 10:24 AM

Actually we've got a great response for it. It was designed like all web sites' survey windows on-aired. And huge amount people attempt, filled out and got the message.

Posted by:Clara on May 28, 2007 5:19 AM

Thx guys, for comments. Actually as Clara said, its designed to look like a regular survey on the website. That's why its look like an html form kinda survey. When people interact with, thats why they get interested in. It worked and we had great results.

Posted by:Alemsah Ozturk on June 4, 2007 12:37 AM

Very nice idea which communicates the core concept very well; once you have interacted. Not the strongest call to action, but an innovative creative nonetheless.

Posted by:Tom McCoy on April 18, 2008 8:38 PM

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