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On the 16th November 2013, I delivered a presentation at a Drinkaware conference designed to answer the question 'Can Technology Drive Behaviour Change?'. What follows is a transcription of the talk along with the images of the slides at appropriate points.
At various points throughout this talk I was rudely interrupted by an iPhone-style app notification. I used this device to underline my point that technology used for behaviour change must still be fundamentally insight-driven and human-centred and the behaviour change must be sustainable and empowering.
Cannes Lion for Social Farter
Hailed by CNN as what might be “the best public service announcement ever…”, and recognised with a Cannes Bronze Integrated Lion at the 60th annual Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the Social Farter project used behaviour change insight and planning to the engage hardest-to-reach of all smoker segments: social smokers.
In collaboration with Ontario Ministry of Health (MoH) and BBDO Toronto, we used audience co-creation to develop insight along with behaviour change strategy and planning to answer the question: how do you get someone to quit smoking, when they don't think they smoke!?
The future of sustainability is design, not communication. When it comes to building brands and driving change, effective communication is a prerequisite. Unsurprisingly then, communications are often the first port of call when it comes to the unique challenges and opportunities that sustainability represents for today’s brands.
However, emerging cultural, economic and technological trends related to sustainability are forcing brands to think differently about the role of communications in their wider brand ecosystem. As is so often the case, when the game is changing this quickly, a more effective solution requires a redefinition of the problem.