The Brief For Intel®, 2014 was all about Core M. The 6th Generation Intel Core processors were built on a groundbreaking new 14nm manufacturing process, which meant more power from less energy, faster response times and significantly increased battery life.

We set out to clearly convey the key benefits, and engage users with Core M’s power and versatility.
The Approach Everything’s going mobile, and Core M was purpose-built for better, faster mobile devices. We wanted to create a user-focused experience that demonstrated key benefits in relatable, relevant terms. The Key Challenge Millennials are a huge demographic, and they’re quickly aging into a nearly universal prime target, particularly for technology-related products and services. We know they have high sensitivity to, and zero tolerance for, marketing fluff, so it was critical that we couch all messaging in proof points based on real, relevant data. The Result Sharp, propulsive headlines beckoned from the Intel.com home page, and external media, then a fully redesigned product section delivered the whole story in one place. We seeded the design throughout with clear and relevant proof points, heavily footnoted for even the most discerning readers.

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Intel's Core M Processor

 

Intel launches a new version of their top-end processor every two years. For 2014, it was all about Core M. The 6th Generation Intel Core processors were built on a groundbreaking new 14nm manufacturing process, which meant more power from less energy, faster response times and significantly increased battery life.


This latest processor was purpose-built for mobile devices, and the 2 in 1 form factor was positioned to be the perfect alternative to multiple devices. We set out to clearly convey the key benefits, and engage users with a long-scroll page showcasing Core M’s power and versatility.

Intel.com Home Page

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Primary Product Page: 2 in 1's

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