23rd April 2014


What’s your price?Imagine a gorgeous sunny day. You’re in the park with your daughter. A man approaches. He smiles. First at her and then at you.“How much for the little girl?” he asks.I imagine you find the idea abhorrent. You would never consider selling what matters most, at any price. Or would you? The latest blog post is about values. http://gregtheblog.com/whats-your-price/ 
What’s your price?Imagine a gorgeous sunny day. You’re in the park with your daughter. A man approaches. He smiles. First at her and then at you.“How much for the little girl?” he asks.I imagine you find the idea abhorrent. You would never consider selling what matters most, at any price. Or would you? The latest blog post is about values. http://gregtheblog.com/whats-your-price/
What’s your price?

Imagine a gorgeous sunny day. You’re in the park with your daughter. A man approaches. He smiles. First at her and then at you.

“How much for the little girl?” he asks.

I imagine you find the idea abhorrent. You would never consider selling what matters most, at any price. Or would you? 

The latest blog post is about values. http://gregtheblog.com/whats-your-price/

28th January 2014

My mouth, my nose, my ears
What’s the first thing you see when you look at this photo? The eyes?
We live in a visual world. We rely on our eyes more than any other of our senses.
When creating a brand ID, we focus on visual elements - a logo, package design, interior design. We forget about the rest of our senses - taste, touch, sound, smell.
That’s a shame because many great brands are distinguished by a sound, a smell or a flavour. 
The latest blog post is about creating a brand ID that appeals to all of your audience’s senses. 
http://bit.ly/1mPoHb5 My mouth, my nose, my ears
What’s the first thing you see when you look at this photo? The eyes?
We live in a visual world. We rely on our eyes more than any other of our senses.
When creating a brand ID, we focus on visual elements - a logo, package design, interior design. We forget about the rest of our senses - taste, touch, sound, smell.
That’s a shame because many great brands are distinguished by a sound, a smell or a flavour. 
The latest blog post is about creating a brand ID that appeals to all of your audience’s senses. 
http://bit.ly/1mPoHb5

My mouth, my nose, my ears

What’s the first thing you see when you look at this photo? The eyes?

We live in a visual world. We rely on our eyes more than any other of our senses.

When creating a brand ID, we focus on visual elements - a logo, package design, interior design. We forget about the rest of our senses - taste, touch, sound, smell.

That’s a shame because many great brands are distinguished by a sound, a smell or a flavour. 

The latest blog post is about creating a brand ID that appeals to all of your audience’s senses. 

http://bit.ly/1mPoHb5

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