Nokia ad

Every year 1157 people die
using a mobile phone while driving.

Nokia ad

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Minimum's picture
Minimum
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No, I think that if you want the receiving icon to be used as a death thingy, dont use it alone. In this way you wont get the meaning.

I think the meaning is that the dead person's signal is 'dead'?

Go and be creative, use the image as a tombstone or make it a lot more clear that the signal is dead.

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...and let the poets cry themselves to sleep. And all their tearfull words would turn back into steam

pixelbomb1's picture
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cant read the mice prints.

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Nasir's picture
Nasir
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minimum
Yes you r right
the dead person's signal is dead
that is my IDEA

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sorayaaulia
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oh i thought you're using the signal icon as a tomb.

Nasir's picture
Nasir
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pixelbomb
you can zoom the image

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Minimum's picture
Minimum
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Maybe placing the signal on the far right bottom and having it empty signal boxes or something. So its not just an icon, it really is something taken out of a phone were you can see that it is doing something that it shouldnt be doing.

Or maybe looking further, what else can be dead in cellphones? Maybe showing a battery icon thats empty, or maybe the battery filled with blood for the accidents. Maybe showing the battery and the percentage of car accidents that are caused by cellphones? Or that same idea in the signal.. I don;t know just helping and suggesting options.

One thing is certain: If you think over an idea too long you get stuck and looking beyond that idea is very very difficult.

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...and let the poets cry themselves to sleep. And all their tearfull words would turn back into steam

Nasir's picture
Nasir
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Thank brother i like you saggastion
Minimum
Pixelbomb

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