Data that Rocks!

Posted by Matt Browning on Sep 26, 2018 9:42:32 AM

Over the last year Americans have become acutely aware of the fact that data is constantly being collected about our online and offline habits. While most of the stories we’ve heard about this topic over the last year have been about the negative use of data, Spotify took the user data they generated to create a campaign that felt personal and that made us smile.

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Topics: Experiential Marketing, Branding

What Does Marketing Have to Do With Events?

Posted by Heather Friedman on Jan 31, 2018 10:23:56 AM

In addition to marketing strategy, creative, branding, video and websites, de Novo also produces corporate events. At a recent client's holiday party, a longtime acquaintance approached me and asked "I knew you did all things marketing, but what do events have to do with marketing?" I smiled and gave her the much shorter version of this blog... 

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Topics: Branding, Experiential Marketing, Design

The QR Code's Final Redemption

Posted by Ryan Shenefelt on Jun 7, 2017 4:43:09 PM

Estimated Read Time: 3 minutes

Remember the QR Code? It's that little black and white box that looks like a cross between a bar code and a Sodoku puzzle. QR Codes were initially released in Japan back in 1994 and periodically made a comeback, but they were never able to achieve "sticking power."  Why? One reason could be that the process was never seamless or easy for consumers—it required you to download a QR Code Scanner App on your phone and open the app in order to scan a code.

So why does this matter? What is a QR Code? They are, at their core, data. They could be a website URL, a QR Code Vcard that allows you to add someone to your contacts, or a map location. The goal of a QR Code is to make things easier on the customer. Why type when you can scan?

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Topics: Digital Marketing, Experiential Marketing, Social Media

Connecting Your Audience & Message Through Emotion

Posted by Jen Neumann on Apr 7, 2017 2:49:42 PM

Research in psychological and behavioral sciences has shown the relationship between message recall and emotional response. It's not a new concept, but research continues to evolve around the how and why, which methods are most effective AND which parts of the brain are affected and how.

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Topics: Experiential Marketing, Marketing Strategy

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