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Rudo Personal Brand Narrative

2014 pin I think should have been more popular. Voyageur-du-temps I want some bread now #identity #packaging #branding PD
from Inspiration Grid

Voyageur Du Temps Branding by Character

2014 pin I think should have been more popular. Voyageur-du-temps I want some bread now #identity #packaging #branding PD

from Kapost Content Marketing Blog

The Science of Storytelling [Infographic]

Great marketing is all about mastering the art of persuasion. You might think the best way to convince a buyer is through logical argument, with facts and

An empathy map is a framework for discussing and unpacking interviews. To fill out an empathy map, teams recall specifics of interviewees’ speech and actions, using this information to infer what interviewees think and feel. Helps get underneath expressed needs and uncover their deeper feelings & motivations.

By Panfilia Iannarone. I like how this works to create a simple narrative (of ~love~) between two characters by using props and colour. The graphic style is quite charming as well, as a geometric abstraction of the traditional medieval inspired king/queen illustrations, as well as a playfulness in the aces (turning them into scenes: the old man/ spades is my favourite. It makes me think of a disapproving, grumpy in-law!).

By Panfilia Iannarone. I like how this works to create a simple narrative (of ~love~) between two characters by using props and colour. The graphic style is quite charming as well, as a geometric abstraction of the traditional medieval inspired king/queen illustrations, as well as a playfulness in the aces (turning them into scenes: the old man/ spades is my favourite. It makes me think of a disapproving, grumpy in-law!).

Graphic Design Thinking (Design Briefs) by Ellen Lupton. Creative research methods include focus groups, interviewing, brand mapping, and co-design. Each method is explained with a brief narrative text followed by a variety of visual demonstrations and case studies.

from ZURB Blog

You're Thinking Too Big: Create Impact with Microinteractions

Two products hit the market. Feature wise, they're nearly identical and they are competing pretty closely on price as well. The difference, though, is that people love using one of them and want to...