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Ideas That Inspire: Paul Rand on Singular Solutions.
Paul Rand’s essay on “The Politics of Design”. In this excerpt, Rand explains why presenting many solutions to a problem leads to waste and confusion. Graphic designer Paul Rand created classic logos and striking book covers during his career. Steve Jobs talked about working with Paul Rand in 1993. … Continue reading
Building Brands and Brand Nations: Catching on.
True. It’s a little hard to feel sorry for the freakishly beautiful. It brings to mind the 30 Rock episode when Jon Hamm—Liz Lemon’s (Tina Fey) boyfriend—doesn’t understand that the average looking aren’t treated the same as the abnormally beautiful. … Continue reading
Building Brands and Brand Nations. What’s your first sentence?
Has there ever been a book you couldn’t put down? It’s a great transformative moment when a story captures our imagination so much so that we willingly allow ourselves to be taken on a grand, new adventure. We become invested. … Continue reading
Building Brands and Brand Nations: Falling in love. Part 1.
You’ll never argue yourself into someone’s heart. Intellectual arguments alone have rarely proven to be compelling communication strategy. Relying on them can be a complacent and (dare I say) lazy and ineffective tactic. Now more than ever, you must create … Continue reading