MailMan Exam

25 Sep 2006

Belgian agency Snow by LG&F just launched the mailman exam, a Dutch site with a very nifty Flash experience. The project has been ordered by ‘De Post’, the Belgian official postal services. MTFR made it happen and created a very attractive design. The site has a humoristic approach to the theoretical knowledge and daily best practices of becoming a good mailman. To goal of the campaign is to create awareness and have as much people as possible sign up for the e-letter. You can win a GPS system if you participate and fill in your data. If you don’t speak Dutch or French, it might not be very obvious to check this out, but if you do, the least you’ll have left after playing is a huge smile on your face and some perky thoughts about the profession ‘mailman’.

De Post

Client: De Post
Project site: postbode examen | examen du bon facteur
Agency: Snow by LG&F
Execution: MTFR


Posted by Miel Van Opstal in Advertising, Campaigns, Interactive, Marketing


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  1. Uw Moeder

    September 29, 2006 at 6:40 am

    The website is already taken offline. Seems somebody wasn’t very happy with it…
    Check this out

  2. Uw Moeder

    September 29, 2006 at 6:42 am

    Oops, the last part of that links should be:

  3. Coolz0r

    September 29, 2006 at 8:37 am

    Thanks for dropping the line, the first address you typed was already correct, but I had to turn it into a link because it wouldn’t split… interesting how a simple campaign cause this much fuzz.

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