From a pricing standpoint and taking into account the increased visibility, overall project costs were quite reasonable. We invite anyone interested in such a project to contact either Brad Warren of Warren Impact or myself. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss your project.Read More
As a visual communicator, I strongly support evolved design standards. Governor Kasich, should you make it all of the way to Pennsylvania Avenue, I would leap at the opportunity to fill the Secretary of Design position within your cabinet.Read More
EYMER BRAND Laboratories + Think Tank, recently completed a strategic marketing and visual brand building project for in-store display solutions provider, Kokley.
In addition to a new corporate mark, EYMER, copywriter Jim Montgomery (Montgomery Communications) and Jeff Hoffman (Squash House Media)–teamed up to produce a product video for use at a recent retail industry trade show, where the SmartStand was introduced to some of the world’s leading retailers.
Work is now underway on print collateral as well as online promotional campaigns. – Doug.
It's is one thing to complete a project–but seeing your product in action and in its intended environment, raises the bar to a whole different level. In a recent post, Passengers Encouraged to Tear-Off, Before They Tear Off, we showed examples of a recently designed poster campaign for Andover Newton Theological School.
Through our friends at Andover Newton and the media company, Titan 360, we received a couple of photos showing our work hanging within the subway cars of Boston's subway system. The most exciting piece of the whole experience? Seeing that many of the tear-off cards were missing! – Doug.
One of the most rewarding aspects of my profession, is my constant exposure to people from all walks of life, with unique knowledge and interests. I learn something new every single day.
Richard Jurek, who with David Meerman Scott, recently co-authored: “Marketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Program”–the beautiful coffee table book concerning what has now become to be known as: 'The most successful marketing and public relations campaign in history.’
During the workday, Richard is a high-level corporate executive. In his spare time, he is a space enthusiast who collects artifacts from the space program–including space-flown, US, two dollar bills. Many of these bills, signed by astronauts and crew members, are available for viewing at Richard’s virtual gallery at the Jefferson Space Museum, www.jeffersonspacemuseum.com.
EYMER BRAND Laboratories + Think Tank, recently assisted Mr. Jurek, in the redesign and development of the online museum website/blog.
Unlike a brick-and-mortar museum, where you are several inches away from the displays, the Jefferson Space Museum brings the artifacts to near lifelike proportion and clarity.
TIP OF THE DAY: For those parents of vacationing school students, this might be a good week to plan a quick visit!
As Richard Jurek states: “Make sure you stop by the gift shop on your way out.” — Doug.