Author and video blogger, John Green shares his thoughts on authenticity, creativity, and community in his Connections 2014 Main Stage keynote.
I like talking about stuff that interests me with people that interest me.
Dharmesh Shah, HubSpot‘s CTO and Co-Founder, talks about how HubSpot’s Culture Code came to be. He discusses how you can formulate an environment and product that your employee’s and customers can get behind.
Don’t just hire to delegate. Hire to elevate.
The Brand Boilerplate is a starter template to give both designers and businesses a simple foundation to build their brand standards on. I’ve built this style guide from scratch and used it as a starting point for several projects. From your mission statement to your visual style, you can organize the way your brand walks and talks. Best of all, the native files are completely free to download and edit to your vision. Read more →
Here’s a preview of the The Branding Boilerplate that I’ve been working on. It’s finally ready to be unleashed and will be available on Tuesday, September 16th for download. The branding package will include everything you need to edit the native files and make it your own. Read more →
IKEA takes a play from the Apple book and creates an ad that highlights the holistic sensory experience you get when flipping through a real book. A bookbook.
“The navigation is based on tactile touch technology that you can actually feel.”
This year I had the privilege of covering the Go Inbound Marketing 2014 conference with PERQ. Tiffany Sauder, of Element Three, gave a great talk about finding the core of your company’s brand. She explains that creating a winning brand is tricky and that you have to understand what sets you apart.
You’ve gotta figure out what your one thing is.
Tina Roth Eisenburg, also known by her Twitter handle @Swissmiss, is the founder of Creative Mornings, the TeuxDeux app, and Tattly. During the Behance sponsored 99u conference, she talks about the rules that she lives her life by, attributing most of them to her own personal success. Read more →