Design should help tell your story. But here’s a case where a “clever” design gets in the way. Take a look at the banner that accompanied Tuesday’s announcement of Chevy Volt’s miles-per-gallon number. If you didn’t read the news story (or hadn’t encountered any of the reportedly annoying “What is 230?” viral ads), what would […]
We’ve been working with Varian Medical Systems for about two years now – a tremendous client in a life altering product category. Our work has produced a series of high-impact results, including the brand name RapidArc for one of the most significant advances in radiotherapy in the last decade. You can get more information here.
I’ll admit it; blogging software had me a bit intimidated. Not that the software we’re using here–WordPress–is bad; it’s not at all. Just takes some getting used to. Requires a bit more effort than I’ve been willing to invest. And somehow I’ve always had this lingering feeling that I was forever a keystroke away from […]
Sure, I came, I saw, and I dismissed Google Video back when it first burst on the scene at CES in January. But give anything a couple of months, and opinions can change. It’s not that the “store” aspect of Google Video is stocked and ready to go. That part of the experience is still […]
Why is there so much trash talk about the newest kid in the cyber mall? My first take was that it was because Google had gone ahead and launched a half-baked product, rather than holding off until it was ready for public consumption. It’s an easy impression to get, especially since so many things about […]
That seems to be the predominant sentiment around the Googleplex. Insiders proudly point out they turned Google into a household name and an $8.5 billion dollar brand with hardly a dime spent on marketing. So who needs marketing? It’s an evil; we don’t do evil. Maybe that sentiment played a role in the Larry Page’s […]