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Oxford QUICKtionary

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11:00 AM | 12 January 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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Miami Ad School students have created the QUICKtionary, a fun way to learn new words and bring Oxford Dictionaries up-to-date.

Three recent graduates from Miami Ad School NY have created the QUICKtionary, a fast and fun way to learn new words. The dictionary, consisting entirely of vine videos, is an original way to bring Oxford Dictionaries into the 21st century for the brand's 2015 digital revamp.

“We saw the Quicktionary as a fun, interesting way to learn new words in a digital space.”

Behind the work were Art Directors Alessandro Cini, Natalie Seitz and Lauren Cooper was responsible for the Copywriting.

View the site and vine videos.

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