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The Brand Flip by Marty Neumeier (ebook)
With his trademark simplicity and wit, Marty Neumeier has written and illustrated a concise guide that can be read quickly over a lunch break or savored slowly over a lifetime. Many companies have bridged the gap to build powerful brands, radically differentiating their products and doubling down on design. The rise of branding, now fueled by social media, has placed the future of companies firmly in the hands According to the author, traditional managers have relied on a two-step process to make decisions, which he calls "knowing" and "doing.
Although the terms are widely used by brand specialists, most have yet to appear in other dictionaries or glossaries. Marty Neumeier, design guru and author of The Brand Gap, assembled an advisory board of t Back then I was the parttime editor of a design journal, and the interview was to Logo is Latin for symbol.
ME: Actually, it's Greek for word.