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Behind the Brand: the wild experimentation of Desperados

When looking for examples of boldness in branding, a few names usually come to mind. Heineken, Coca-Cola, Burger King... Desperados. A brand like Desperados has wild experimentation in its very DNA. Born 25 years ago, Desperados thrives in...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Brand Case Studies: In search of perfection with Son of a Tailor

If somebody like how to spend it describes your t-shirt as "..the nearest thing I've found to my ideal...quality is supreme…” you are in a good position to turn heads when walking into a pub, club or office. I met the creators behind the...

Posted by: Harry Elonen
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Inspiration

How can I maintain brand relevance during uncertain times?

Evolving your brand to stay relevant, futureproofed and profitable is a key challenge for today’s business leaders. In this article, Carlo D’Alanno, executive creative director at design and technology agency Rufus Leonard, shares three...

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Inspiration

Brand connection through storytelling | #BehindTheBrand

One of the challenges for any new business is for the work to establish a meaningful connection with it's potential customers. In some cases it makes sense to look no further than the surrounding community. Any business in a small community with a...

Posted by: Glenn Rummler
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Industry

Creating a digital strategy for a legacy brand | #HistoryMonth

Simon Corbett, CEO at Jargon PR and Adam Smith, Managing Director of Rawnet, discuss why legacy brands need to reconsider their digital strategies and reap the benefits, and how customer-centricity will be the key to a successful digital...

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Industry

Is brand design based on fickle fads?

The fashion industry runs on the continuous change in taste and aesthetics. A cynical eye could see this as fickle and superficial. Most branding agencies, however (WMH&I included), like to think that they are not subject to any apparent design...

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Brand love - Why is Lego the most loved brand in the UK?

Image is everything in the world of branding. Quite literally. Yes, it’s great to have a moral compass and all that but even the most benevolent brand in the world would still be a failure if it didn’t take the time to press the flesh....

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

The dyslexic typeface designed from the ground-up for a cosmetics brand

When it comes to accessibility, one sector of society that appears to have been largely neglected is dyslexic readers. As a lifelong keen reader (and professional writer for almost two decades) the concept of struggling so fundamentally with the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Industry

Influencer marketing and protecting brand values | #PurposeMonth

Influencer marketing has become a commonly used alternative to traditional advertising and a great way to increase brand awareness and consumer reach in an authentic way. Although this can be extremely useful and cost effective in building your brand...

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Inspiration

#GettingToKnow the new mum spearheading a brand new division of Xaxis

For this weeks Getting to Know feature, we sat down with Emanuela Recalcati, Director of Client Solutions at Xaxis EMEA. Having returned to work recently following maternity leave, Emanuela was eager to get back to work spearheading a brand new...

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Features

Can a name change save a bad brand?

I have something of a conflicted personal history with Hermes. My long-suffering other half is a serial online shopper - one of many habits that blossomed over lockdown - so our local delivery driver has become a familiar face over the last two...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Industry

Can narrative monitoring turn the tide on harmful brand content?

The pandemic has highlighted the importance of credible and reliable information. However, the reliance on user-generated content online as a source of truth for news has increased the risk of exposure to bias, misinformation and potentially harmful...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

How music and cinematic trailers enhance games brand identity

Games pull their audiences into extraordinary worlds made of fantasy, deeply human stories and epic challenges. As the 'gaming' demographic reaches an ever so broad spectrum of audiences all over the world, gaming brands are finding new ways to...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

This new wave of brand purpose isn’t a pandemic fad

We’ve seen brands rise and fall during the last decade, but never as fast as in 2020. A correct approach to brand purpose could make or break a brand in the last year-and-something, and those regarding brand purpose as a shiny checkbox for...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Leaders

How a pandemic changes brand perceptions

There's no denying that the pandemic has changed consumer behaviour worldwide, forcing the whole creative industry to find new ways to adapt to a new normal. What was perfectly reasonable and effective in a world dominated by reason and logic, such...

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Features

Best brand evolutions and what we can learn from them

Last year was one of change for many players in the creative industries. From brands to agencies and creative services providers, the entire creative sector was forced to adapt or die, embracing new technologies and adopting solutions to ensure...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo

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