You may already have seen a few of these gorgeous display ads from Adobe, created by Goodby Silverstein for its Creative License campaign. Very ornate, and I love the way they use the scrubber bar. There’s no point describing it. You have to click and interact to appreciate the execution.
Update: At Adobe & Goodby Silverstein’s request, I’ve removed a link previously included in this post that pointed to Goodby’s clients site for Adobe. I’ve requested either a URL or the ability to embed the ad in this post, so y’all can see exactly what I’m talking about here, and I’ll update it again when they get back to me.
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