Feb. 13, 2014 — KOHLER® has just introduced a product that you probably never envisioned — a toilet with glow-in-the-dark seat. It glows a soft neon blue for those midnight … Continue reading
Will Ferrell, in his “Ron Burgundy Anchorman” persona, takes on role of 2014 Dodge Durango spokesman, co-branding the SUVs and his sequel, “Anchorman 2, The Legend Continues.”
A roundup of the weird and wonderful. Polar Bears are left handed. Why we like creating and watching cat videos and how it applies to branding. 7 Tips for Highly Sustainable Leaders. The Internet of Everything (IoT). Weird science – fecal transplants to bioengineered veins.
It may sound like an oxymoron, but can you name a TV commercial that’s a great example of word of mouth marketing? Think Burlington’s “Brag About It” campaign. It may sound weird since a TV commercial is a paid promotion and word of mouth marketing (WOMM, WOM marketing) is the exact opposite…
Even ace writers, working in their native language, struggle with getting their words and messages just right… the nuances of meaning, the turn of the phrase… So, imagine the challenges of translating a highly-technical business document. Bad translations and funny mistakes often result.
Hurry! Today only, for 24 hours, you can view the 2013 Kids Doodle for Google (Doodle 4 Google) winning entry, live on the US Google home page at http://www.Google.com.
Logos: From Static to Alive to Morphing Before Your Eyes – Part II: The Wikipedia Rebranding Project
Logos don’t dance, move or change as you view them. Or so I always thought. Imagine my surprise when I heard about a morphing logo, the first of its kind, created for Wikipedia
Today’s corporate and brand logos are like an octopus — capable of taking on new shapes and colors to fit the situation or campaign. They’re called “living logos” or “live marks.”
March 12, 2013 — Parents, grandparents, teachers… do you know any artistic kids? Then hurry! Just 10 days left in the “Doodle 4 Google” logo design competition, open to U. … Continue reading