iCorrect, an app idea created by three students at the Miami Ad School, would teach kids how to write properly as they text away
Mocking art critique cliches with invites to the public to contribute their own ideas.
Gold's Gym has shoppers do their buying based on the health value instead of dollar value.
Miami Ad School students propose interactive ads that give readers samples of popular tomes while in transit.
A concept design would see thirsty consumers using any cash they had at the multiple-currency drink dispensers.
Obama or Romney? A street art project asks participants to show their support with sticky candy.
A proposed tool replaces the travel guide by mapping out a global list of friends in various cities across the globe.
Four Miami Ad School students have come up with an innovative way to make the most out of your of Oreos.
Advertising students have concepted an app that sends a real life bouquet to your friend on their birthday.
A video posted by a team at Miami Ad School Europe in Berlin describes a campaign that offers real rewards to those brave enough to risk deleting their Facebook profile.
AdAge discusses the shift we've been seeing at several agencies - both digital and full-service - that are recognizing and capitalizing on the opportunity to use their creative resources to create offline and online products.