I want to talk about brand experience by telling a story.
Your brand's voice needs to have a personality. Think about Geico, Coca-Cola or Apple. These are all very different types of companies but each has its own defined voice. They each speak in a way that sets them apart. Your brand also needs to have it...
Having worked in advertising for many years, and most recently at the agency level, I've noticed something in common with many of the clients and organizations that I work with…they all want to teleport.
Here at UNINCORPORATED, we've always known that our work is award-winning, we just never had the actual awards to back it up.
It’s no secret that visual media lies at the core of any successful branding endeavor. After all, you want your audience to recognize your brand at a glance, so it needs to be eye-catching, evocative, and above all, unique.
You may have heard that having a web presence is essential in the modern world of marketing, and this is hard to disagree with. However, a badly designed website can be more detrimental to your brand than having no site at all. After all, your websit...
Your website’s page speed matters. You can have a beautifully designed page with a message that’s clear to your audience, but if that audience isn’t able to get there in a reasonable time (2 seconds or less), then your site is going to be abandoned b...
Virtual reality in its current form, and with its futuristic potential, is seeded commonly in everyone's mind these days.
Navigation menus are one of the most important parts of a website. The menu shows you the main sections of the site architecture and gives the primary direction on how to locate the key pieces of content on the site.
Brands are fighting over screen space, customers, and loyalty. It is becoming increasingly more complex for your message to gain visibility and traction.
If you look hard enough, every brand has a story. In previous topics, we discussed the proper ways to build a brand platform and help find your brand's authenticity.
In a recent UN post regarding outrage marketing, we mentioned that the latest buzzword in marketing and advertising is "authenticity."