In this issue of The 100: the 12 ways to tell a story, powering up your office and “…the greatest trick marketers can ever pull is convincing the world that choice doesn’t exist.”
We’re looking for more who are willing for us to visit them for an hour or so. We want to see where you work, hear what you do and understand your average day. What do you enjoy? What are your goals? Where can we help?
Above: The turtleneck twins on the most recent Watch Me Think school trip
New edition of The100 is out. In amongst this outpouring: An embittered pretentious creative, The Country that Doesn’t Exist, and the Fantasy Dinner Party Invite List grows…
We’re often called a vox pop video agency. However, every time we hear it, we die a little inside.
New edition of The100 is out. In amongst this outpouring: verbal gender tropes in movies, tuning out the kids, Uber’s first pitch, and margarine grief…
Getting into the creative groove can be, well, thoroughly ungroovy. So here are some ways to coax back your mojo.
One client said to us that they would dread the day their boss would come to them and ask: ‘You remember that video we did last year? When that woman said something about health? Can you find it? Just the bit where she mentions our brand… it’s for a presentation I have tomorrow.’
There’s no excuse these days. Watching the real experience and behaviour of consumers must be at the heart of any CX process. It can now be achieved with small sample sizes and at minimal cost.
The word ‘impact’ hangs around a customer insight technique like a dark cloud. And rightly so. Insights need to incite.
We’re building something very special here at Watch Me Think…