29 January 2011 1083 Views

USA Network Creates Interactive Game Ad for iPad Websites

by Dan Koelsch

The iPad is a great platform for innovation, and one thing that really needs innovation is online advertising. USA Network stepped up its game by creating an interactive iPad-only web banner for The New York Times homepage. The ad, created by Glow Interactive, lets the user play a deciphering game that involves text on the site itself to unlock a teaser video for White Collar. Watch a video of the ad after the break.

HTML5 Gamified Banner Ad on the iPad from Glow Interactive on Vimeo.




Source: Mashable



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