Posts Tagged ‘first-moment-of-truth’

Fantastic and Sustainable Design!

One Industrial Design Student’s Vision of the Future File this one under the heading of “I wish I had thought of this.” Industrial design student Andrew Kim, of College for Creative Studies, has created an innovative and sustainable concept on a contemporary classic. The time-tested and curved Coca-Cola package

Is Your Brand Eclectic or Just a Mess?

Are You Communicating Clearly? According to Merriam-Webster, eclectic may be defined as, “composed of elements drawn from various sources.” Better Homes and Gardens describe eclectic as, “the perfect blend of new and old elements in a design that is distinctly your own.” Roget

Have Brands and Retailers Hit a Tipping Point?

Walmart Brings Back Delisted Brands As reported by Jack Neff this week in AdAge, “the world’s-biggest retailer had embarked on an ambitious program to winnow brand assortment in an effort to reduce inventory, improve margins

The Battery Category Powers Inspiration

Energizer Sales and Support Are Up According to Jack Neff’s recent Advertising Age article, Zhu Zhu Pets may have helped the battery category through the holidays, but it may not be the only thing powering the category.

Coors Readies for the Big Contest

Can a Package Leverage Promotional Excitement? I don’t drink Coors Light, but I’ve seen the commercials on TV. The coaching press conference spots are memorable, the silver train is