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Monthly Archives: September 2008

links for 2008-09-30

Service Design and Experience Design: Starbucks Vs Le Pain Quotidien - Marketing & Strategy Innovation Blog
Talking about "service deisgn" or "experience design..forget Disney or Club Med, the Belgian chain Le Pain Quotidien (Our Daily Bread) is one best example of great experience design.
(tags: experience memoire experiential marketing)

Experience Manifesto: reportonbusiness.com: Build your brand - but don't [...]

links for 2008-09-30

Authonomy Home Page
Authonomy lets you vote on unknown authors, by HarpersCollins
(tags: publishing social)

IncSpring | What is IncSpring?
Incspring is the premier online supplier of original corporate brands to entrepreneurs and new
businesses across the world. Our packages of brands, logos and domain names are put together
by our community of professional designers and are available to [...]

links for 2008-09-29

Old-Timey GPS - Featured Picture on BuzzFeed
(tags: design infographics)

Dezeen » Blog Archive » K-Swiss pop-up store by UXUS Design
(tags: experiential design memoire)

thecoolhunter.net - What? A Bank?
In most cities, strategic downtown street corners are flanked by enormous, old banks, the ornate cathedrals of capital designed to impress and intimidate. With the massive changes in real estate [...]

links for 2008-09-29

Old-Timey GPS - Featured Picture on BuzzFeed
(tags: design infographics)

Dezeen » Blog Archive » K-Swiss pop-up store by UXUS Design
(tags: experiential design memoire)

thecoolhunter.net - What? A Bank?
In most cities, strategic downtown street corners are flanked by enormous, old banks, the ornate cathedrals of capital designed to impress and intimidate. With the massive changes in real estate [...]

links for 2008-09-27

It’s Not Information Overload. It’s Filter Failure. | PSFK - Trends, Ideas & Inspiration
the issue is not information overload, it’s the failure of filtering systems. Shirky believes that information overload has been around since the invention of the printing press, and it’s nothing really new. What is the issue, is in the forms and flows [...]

links for 2008-09-27

It’s Not Information Overload. It’s Filter Failure. | PSFK - Trends, Ideas & Inspiration
the issue is not information overload, it’s the failure of filtering systems. Shirky believes that information overload has been around since the invention of the printing press, and it’s nothing really new. What is the issue, is in the forms and flows [...]

links for 2008-09-26

Novelty Makes Brains Creative | PSFK - Trends, Ideas & Inspiration
Nothing groundbreaking but still..
Discoveries by neuroscientists studying the brain say that novel experiences are key in increasing brain power and creativity. When the brain experiences, or imagines a familiar situation, it already has a shortcut to understanding - it’s got that categorized in a neat [...]

links for 2008-09-21

too - Sergey Brin (of Google)'s blog
Sergey Brin started to blog.
(tags: people google technology science blog)

Pam Resorts To Terrifying New Boyfriend / Mollygood
Not a Pam fan but any guess about what campaign is going on here?
(tags: advertising marketing fashion)

YouTube - New Microsoft ad I'm PC - Not Alone
I'm a pc (really).
And I was kinda waiting [...]

links for 2008-09-15

Articles - EXPERIENTIAL MARKETING VS. FIELD MARKETING: Experience the Difference - 360 - Jack Morton Worldwide's Experiential Marketing Blog
Last August in the US, a joint-task force from the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), the American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA) and the Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) announced a ground-breaking new "engagement" metric. HPI Research is [...]

links for 2008-09-14

Claude André Hébert
Personal reference, high end perfumes in Montreal
(tags: montreal fashion)

Channel4.com - Try life in another language - TV ads
Follow up on Rien comme les autres from production house Th1ng and french rapper Disiz La Peste (last link).
Here's the rest of a series of ads for "Try Life in Another Language", a show (i guess) [...]