Signature – the UK’s leading awarding body for qualifications in deaf communication, has enlisted one of Media Agency Group’s specialist divisions to launch an engaging outdoor campaign
Out of Home International has coordinated a six sheet billboard campaign for Signature, which will see interactive adverts featured at bus stops throughout London and Birmingham for two weeks. Making boring bus waiting a thing of the past.
will feature in high footfall locations across the capital including Camden High Street and Tottenham Court Road.
The blackboard-style design encourages audiences to use the free Blippar app on their Smartphone to ‘Blipp’ the poster and receive an augmented reality sign language lesson from the Signature teacher.
This unique and highly interactive format immediately grabs attention from location-specific audiences by advertising: “This isn’t any old bus stop… this is a sign language lesson”.
The advert encourages prolonged response and engagement with the campaign, by telling audiences to “Blipp again tomorrow” to receive another lesson.
The campaign, which will launch in conjunction with National Deaf Awareness Week (19 – 25 May), aims to generate awareness of British Sign Language (BSL), teach the general public basic skills to better communicate with deaf members of the community and to increase interest in learning BSL.
Signature, which aslo acts as a national deaf and deafblind charity, is working to foster a fully inclusive society in which deaf and hearing people have the same rights and means of access to communiation methods.
Lee Dentith, CEO of Out of Home International’s parent company Media Agency Group, said:
“This engaging campaign is a great way to introduce people to Signature whilst also helping to raise awareness. Advertising on bus stops creates engagement with a captive audience who will have time not only to read and absorb the message, but also to effectively use the Blippar feature.”
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Out of Home International, on Monday 19 May, 2014. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/