Motorola today has showcased a unique print ad for its Moto X handset. This advert is featured in the January issue of Wired. The exhibit illustrates glaring interactivity than most ads which are available on the web. It offers a creative solution in accordance to providing an impressive measure in conveying a major feature of the handset.
The illustrative advert displays the Moto X’s MotoMaker feature which demonstrates the personalization ability emphasizing on the fact that customers can change the color of the Moto X on depending on their personal choice. This advert has been designed with LEDs that expose off the color of the Moto X on the page. Thus the individual can change the back plate color and not entirely change the front or the highlights. This facilitation is shown with reference to buttons wherein users can simply push a button to change the colour of the Moto X on that particular page.
The itemized video below represents this advert in full view:
It is to be noted that this specialized itemization will only be available in some copies of the January 2014 Wired issue. And users who want to experience this interactivity will have to purchase this magazine from either New York and Chicago or somewhere close to these cities.