Inkovations: Brand Personality
It’s that time of year again where we all hark back to the good ol’ days of riding one horse sleighs, building snowmen in meadows and conspiring as chestnuts roast on blazing fires. And so on.
But these days, nostalgia isn’t just a Christmas trend.
Throwback Thursday, the ubiquitous ‘vintage’ Instagram filter, a boom in flea...Read More
Last Wednesday was the most shocking US Presidential election of all time. Luckily for me, I had the perfect antidote in an event for Women With Voices that night.
I was part of a panel dubbed as the ‘Spice Girls of Business’ (pictured) which included my business partners-in-crime Emma-Louise Smith and Kerri Walker, as well as...Read More
“As soon as I started telling people about our method, instead of the software, overnight sales literally doubled. The message was unique, we weren’t just this thing to help you track your expenses anymore, we were much more than that”. Jesse Mecham, Founder, YNAB
These are amazing times for innovators like you. It’s never been...Read More
I met Nellie through a friend of a friend. We were making the usual small talk when she dropped casually into the conversation that she was catching a flight to Belfast that night.
“What are doing?” I asked.
“I’m going to have a fight” she replied.
I stared at her, puzzled. But she was deadly serious.
No, she...Read More
At brand strategy workshops I often hand out cards with different logos on them and ask the group to say what each logo means to them. The replies are fascinating … and usually hilarious. At one workshop when someone picked the BMW logo, it provoked some unexpected reactions:
When it comes to naming, make-up brands are at the top of their game:
Just a few of our personal favourites and just the tip of the ultra-blue iceberg of brilliant cosmetic brand names.
So why do make-up brands put...Read More
As a follow-up to our previous post “26 Vanilla, Vague and Overused Words That Weaken Your Web Copy" here are a few words that may have been fresh, interesting and wacky at first but have become total clichés over...Read More
In 2003, Jesse and Julie Mecham were only just married. They were also completely broke… and stressed.
They were anxious because they wanted to finish University without sinking into debt. To help them get by, Jesse created an Excel spreadsheet to manage their meagre income.
It was so useful, he then decided to sell the...Read More