As convenience becomes more essential to our fast-paced society, the popularity of getting restaurant meals delivered is on the rise. But delivering food out of context of the normal restaurant experience creates some interesting questions related to branding.
Think for a second. What would your brand look like if it had a Tinder profile? Could you make a consumer stop dead in the middle of their feverish left-swipe spree, or would you get swiped into the “meh, maybe next time” category?
The brand landscape is constantly changing. Big names rise and fall. It’s a scary brand world out there, especially when it seems like a lot of the affecting factors are out of your control. The good news is that there are practical things you can do to keep your brand fresh, interesting, and ultimately ascendant — all without a major brand overhaul.
It stopped my multi-touch gesturing fingers in their trackpad tracks. One of those rare occasions when social media pushes your pause button and makes you think. A tweet caught my eye long enough for me to physically write it down on a piece of honest-to-goodness, gen-u-ine paper (well, a sticky note counts). @hunterwalk tweeted, “Your […]
Long before I joined the VantagePoint team, a bug crawled out from between the cushions on a couch in the middle of our art department during a daily traffic meeting. This one bug surprised the unsuspecting account executive who sat on the couch that morning—who, in turn, forever dubbed this couch, “the bug couch.” I’ve […]