Recently, I noticed a new something. Perhaps it’s nothing, or perhaps it’s the beginning of a new fad in the world of advertising. Two major brands have been using self-deprecating humor, by abandoning their past.
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
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
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
Retailer Announces Further Sustainability Goals Regardless of how you feel about Walmart, there’s no denying the overwhelming economic power of one of the world’s largest public corporations. The retailer from Bentonville’s relentless
Occasionally, I go to the grocery store and walk up and down each aisle with only one thing in mind – to see which brand will stop me. To find which seashell (package) will grab
More often buying decisions are being made at the point of purchase and shoppers are being forced to sift through a lot of visual noise and confusion.