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I am Lawrence Weber, a general lover of digital things, Head of Digital at Karmarama, FWA judge and writer, contributor to brand-e and a member of the IPA Digital Business Group.

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CLIENT: Land Rover


DATE: July 2010

AGENCY: The Brooklyn Brothers


PROJECT TYPE: Website, iPhone and Android App

The Evoque was a real departure for Land Rover, smaller, more nimble and more fuel efficient. was created to launch the Pulse of the City campaign, which was created to celebrate the Evoque as a car created for and by the city.

As well as showcasing the car, it shows the favourite city journey of the Evoque City Shapers and lets users track and upload thier own journeys through the city, via an IoS or Android App.

AWARDS: FWA Site of the  Day and Mobile Site of the Day

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