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Archive for March, 2011
The latest visual essay brought to you by Debbie Millman is up on Imprint!
For many years, I have looked forward to studying Fortuneâ€™s Most Admired Companies. It was credible, it was influential and it translated positively into building corporate reputation. But that was in simpler times when it was possible to dominate the media with a single study and it suddenly struck me this year how much everything has changed in this regard. And the more I dug, the more uneasy I began to feel. (more…)
We’ve been published! An article of ours on the importance of bioplastics development and the impact of sustainable packaging on the industry at large, was recently posted at Popsop.com.
Check it out here: You Say Potato, I Say Let’s Do it
And feel free to weigh in with your comments, arguments and suggestions for building a more earth-sustaining future in our industry.
Chief Creative Officer Simon Lince Loves Tropicana.
A few months ago we released the latest version of our trends report, Cultural Pulse. As part of the top 8 trends we identified, one in particular highlighted an on-going and snow-balling trend we called Retrofix.
Simply defined, the Retrofix trend includes consumer gravitation toward things from our past that are familiar and make us feel grounded- Just like Pepsi’s Throwback, which we’ve now learned has been rolled out permanently. (more…)
Debbie Takes Alaska!
Check out these fine photos of Debbie’s recent visit to AIGA Alaska to give her presentation on Why We Buy, Why We Brand:
This Friday, Debbie welcomes Jonathan Ford, designer and co-founding partner of Pearlfisher to Design Matters!
Check it out at 3pm – Friday, over at Design Observer.