I heard it for the first time and I immediately thought about designers doing meditation and positive thinking (let’s face it, most of them should really do it).
But has it turns out, it has nothing to do with that.
I’m a huge mad men fan and recently, the show has been brought to surface again due to Eli Rezkallah, a fine-art photographer that recreated some of the sexist ads produced during the 60s and the 70s.
But, even though advertising was a sexist, male-oriented world, there were a few Peggy Olsons along the way.
BWC is an organization that helps women to live happier lives by overcoming all sorts of problems. Everything from trauma to abuse, discrimination, criminal background, and homelessness.
Baxter and Bailey took a bright color – yellow – and combine it with b&w to highlight their work and injustice against women.
Today I decided we should talk about something that designers and design companies (actually all professions) suffer from: the inability to say no to the client.
Just a few days ago, Coca-Cola’s vice president of global design, James Sommerville, announced the release of their new custom typeface, TCCC Unity.
Besides working both in physical and digital environments, it also has its own IOS and Android apps.
H&M is launching a luxury brand for millennials. I’m not sure if it’s their best brand decision, but they aren’t the first brand to go in that direction. Apple has done it too, and even industries like banking are doing ads targeting millennials.
But companies are actually doing the opposite. They are driving millennials away.