(No blog post this week.
May the spirit of this season of joy sustain you and your loved ones throughout the coming year. Let’s endeavor to see 2018 surpass all expectations, in every arena of our personal and public lives, and no matter what disappointments pop up in our news feeds. Wishing you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
Why Has Luxury Got It Right?
A wonderful follow-up piece to last week’s focus on luxury branding. The quote from the Rolex CEO is revealing.
Brands to Watch in 2018
Brand watcher par excellence, Denise Lee Yohn, helps us focus in on next year’s movers and shakers.
Global Branding, Local Cultures And The Customer Experience
The world is now so small, brands have to be relevant to every culture.
World Chess Championship logo looks like the Kama Sutra
As a rule, I dislike dumping on bad logos because designers often have to work within insane restrictions. But this has to be the worst logo of 2017. Wrong in so many ways.
New Logo and Identity for TaxSlayer
Some typography issues with this logo but what a “killer” mark.
Joliet’s Minor League Stadium is Now ‘The Cards Against Humanity Baseball Place’
When we talk about brands sharing their values with their markets, it doesn’t mean they have to be noble, or even positive. For some brands, mean and snarky fits the bill. Even during the season of joy.