Agencies in agency world think a lot about brands. People in the real world don’t. Bombarded on a daily basis, we categorise. Pigeonhole. These guys are about one thing. Those guys are about another. What do you want That Thing to be?
Here are a few things we’ve learned about good Things.
Good Things live through words
Words can’t be an afterthought. They need to lead
the way, be the foundation that everything’s based on, and work hand-in-hand with design – not
hanging on to its coat tails. Our process of finding the right words helps businesses discover their best bits, acknowledge their weak bits and makes sure the work we do is never just cosmetic.
Good Things aren’t always logical.
In a bid to be taken seriously, a lot of branding has
lost its fun side and stopped taking chances. Feeling its
way with mood boards, it replicates and plays safe.
We try our best to break this feedback loop with
every piece of work we do. Changing peoples’ gut
feeling is what this game’s about. Safe work
won’t always cut it.
Good Things are universal.
Not about B2B, or B2C. Or market ‘segments’
that make us want to cry. We look for simple,
human truths that everyone can relate to and
bring them to life through design that does the
same. Easy to understand. Difficult to forget. Proudly pop.