Creative content: the foundation of a strong, recognisable brand
Content that connects. With the right content, your brand attracts people, and you can build on your brand identity.
Content that convinces. Valuable content guides customers to the next step in their decision-making process.
Content that inspires. Emotional videos, texts, and visuals are the difference between a forgettable brand and a brand that sticks.
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- In these times of frantic digital transition, the importance of creativity in marketing communication might have gotten a little bit lost. This happens even when creativity and a sound creative concept are desperately needed to attract and hold the attention of your target group, to raise awareness, to mobilise, to improve your customer experience and to drive innovation. Fortunately, we see some positive signs that inspired, creative campaigns will soon be in the limelight again. In this blog we will identify these signs, we go deeper into what exactly creativity is, and we look at how you can create an environment where fickle creativity can thrive.
A strong creative concept is always a good ideaThere is no Coca-Cola without Happiness. A creative concept that coincides with the values of your brand and responds to the needs of your target group and distinguishes you from the competition. A clear and recognisable creative concept is not only the foundation for successful campaigns but is also the foundation for successful digital products and services. In this blog, we’ll take a look at what a strong creative concept means for your brand.
How do we measure the success of User Experience?'To measure is to know' is a frequently heard management mantra. But 'User Experience' can appear to be an immeasurable thing. Still, there are ways to quantify the User Experience.
Why good digital design mattersAs we live in a society where ‘always-on’ is more than just a buzzword, brands can’t afford to bore people. People will only listen to you if you deliver a great experience, and as a brand you have to speak to their needs, their experiences and their humanity. You need to put yourself in their shoes: what do they love and hate? By doing so, you stand a better chance of getting them involved in your message and making them feel moved.