Target Takes Over Teen Desktops


Josh Mooney from Juxt tells us his agency recently launched a teen girl focused dynamic desktop application, called up2d8, for its client, Target. The application allows anyone to splash the Target brand all over their desktop along with photos, calendars, videos, contest, polls and Target products. Maybe it's just us but we can't remember the last time we saw our desktop what with all the open programs - which completely cover our desktop - required to actually do anything with a computer. but as we said, that's just us. Oh, and we're not teenagers anymore. Nice work, though.

by Steve Hall    Nov-17-05   Click to Comment   
Topic: Desktop, Online   

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what is it with that bullshit style everyone (coke, cox communications, target, comedy central, etc, etc, etc,) seems to be using these days that advertisers stole from graff artists, japanese anime , among other sources? this is getting old. fast.

Posted by: Rick on November 19, 2005 8:44 AM

I've noticed that too. I wonder if the same advertising agency is responsible for that. It would be understandible if it was, but odds are that it isn't. It's sad when companies troll around places like to blatantly steal ideas from. Fuck them.

Posted by: StevE on November 20, 2005 9:25 AM