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Aug 27, 2018

Indeed uses incomplete stuff to promote complete job searches

Pleasantly amusing work for job-search platform illustrates the risks of doing things halfway.

An unfinished bridge, half a television and a bathroom without walls could be used as metaphors for anything that's woefully incomplete. In this amusing ad for Indeed, a job-search platform, they call attention to less-than-thorough job searches. 

The work is the first for the US-based brand in Australia. It was created in-house, with creative director Mark Harricks, Australian production company Exit Films and director Gaysorn Thavat, with visual effects by Blockhead VFX.

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