We listen to our clients carefully to understand their objectives and audience. We clarify core values to make relevant and tailored solutions. We want our clients to stand out, not just fit in.
Benedikt Skorpik, Design & Direction
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1. Optimise for the end user
Bots should be used to improve the end user experience, not just to make life easier for customer support teams.
2. Don’t pretend to be a human
Playing bait-and-switch with a user can make them feel that they have been duped, or that they don’t understand how a system works; both are bad user experiences.
3. Always have a human fallback option
Allow the user to express “I’d rather wait and talk to a real human, make this robot thing go away“.
A name helps establish the tone for a brand, service, or product. It acts as the primary handle for a brand. It’s a recall and recognition device, it communicates desired attributes or specific benefits, and, through time and consistent use, it becomes a valuable asset and intellectual property.
1 Make it memorable. Is the name easy to remember?
2 Stand out in a crowd.If you are different, you want to sound different.
3 Choose a name that tells your brand’s story.
4 Global implications. Every brand wants to avoid linguistic disasters.
5 Is the name protectable? Is there a direct URL available?
Do something new every day. Until we are willing to put ourselves out there and take a risk, we will never be able to achieve success and realize the potential of a brand. Risk-taking won't only potentially benefit the path you're already on -- it may actually open you up to a world of possibilities you have yet to consider.
Taking a different path is also a great opportunity for your brand to stand out and to present yourself as a market-leader, not a follower satisfied with the status quo.