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How cashier-less shopping will change the customer experience

How cashier-less shopping will change the customer experience

  Everyone’s favorite online retailer is making waves yet again. Industry giant Amazon is expanding beyond e-commerce with cashier-less brick-and-mortar stores. And while this may sound very surprisingly, it actually makes sense.   Brick-and-Mortar Even though people have been relying on online shopping more and more, most spending still occurs in physical stores. To capitalize… Continue Reading

What is your brand’s “Brand Intimacy”?

What is your brand’s “Brand Intimacy”?

Emotions Matter Around 90% of all purchasing decisions are made based on emotion. That means that how consumers feel in the moment can dictate whether or not a brand succeeds or fails. So, in order to even be remotely successful in today’s market, brands have to connect with people on a deeper level by appealing… Continue Reading

From the Heart: Purpose-Driven Branding

From the Heart: Purpose-Driven Branding

Emotional Appeal One of the best ways a brand can get consumers’ attention is by tugging at their heartstrings. By creating emotional connections, brands have been able to bond with consumers and win their loyalty in the process. However, many brands are now looking to further deepen those emotional connections for more benefits. This is… Continue Reading

Ultra Violet, 2018 Color of the Year and What that Means for You?

Ultra Violet, 2018 Color of the Year and What that Means for You?

Each year, Pantone names a color that represents, in the words of Laurie Pressman, Vice President of the Pantone Color Institute, “A reflection of what’s needed in our world today.”     This year, that color is Ultra Violet. Pantone’s website explains, “We are living in a time that requires inventiveness and imagination. It is… Continue Reading

A Taste of Cuba

A Taste of Cuba

Last month, I took my first trip to Cuba. As a package designer, I am always fascinated what grocery stores and shops look like in other countries. Like my trips to Sweden or Turkey, but Cuba was different. A short trip…less than an hour flight and only 90 miles from the tip of the Florida… Continue Reading

Made in the USA

Made in the USA

Now that globalization has become a standard in the marketplace, we’re beginning to realize something…sometimes it’s better to keep things local. Manufacturing on our home turf allows for faster, cheaper production, easier communication between parties, and support of American jobs.   In the beauty market, consumers are more concerned than ever about the ingredients they… Continue Reading

The Merging of Food and Technology: Become a Digital Foodie

The Merging of Food and Technology: Become a Digital Foodie

What was once considered an odd couple, food and technology, has turned into a delicious marriage. With a click of the button on Eat24, you can receive a meal from your favorite restaurants or have FreshDirect deliver your groceries. One works with ingredients and the other with images. With digital marketers always searching for the… Continue Reading

Partner Up with a Complementary Brand to Increase Sales

Partner Up with a Complementary Brand to Increase Sales

Businesses rely on people in all capacities, whether they are customers or staff. It is no surprise, therefore, that a strategy involving the human element would be successful. A partnership could bring your brand increased exposure and benefit both businesses, as long as they are complementary, not competitive. Complement an established brand There is a… Continue Reading