The Nokia mark presents this device carried out at the end of 2009 to London: the installation of a crane to more than 50 meters with a digital panel in the shape of arrow “The World’ S Biggest Signpost”. A beautiful execution in order to promote the software of géo-localization for mobiles OVI Maps. [Source:
Last year Wieden + Kennedy London launched the Nokia Music Almighty Headset Competition, which invited entrants to design a Nokia Bluetooth headset, inspired by their favourite piece of music. The winning designs have now all been made into fully functioning headsets, some of which are more wearable than others… [Source: CR Blog]
Bruce Lee is a martial arts legend. And Nokia is a living mobile legend. So why not make a Bruce Lee edition of a Nokia phone? And what better handset to choose than the N96 Nseries flagship? That’s right, Nokia has recently released, in Hong Kong, the Nokia N96 Bruce Lee limited edition phone. The
Samsung also aims to share the pie of music phone category with Nokia. The site is very clean and elegant with smooth interactivities. Users can create their own sound tracks by interacting with many sound elements.
This Japanese flash site introduces the new Nokia 706i lines by BirdMan Graphic Design Company. They didn’t use any kind of video in this site instead they used series of animated images to make the site feels like a video. I think it’s a smart move because the loading time is really reduced.
In the previous post, I linked two cool Nokia commercials and now Nokia has launched a website about these music phones. This website is really interactive and fun to play with its little widgets.