Young adults say art is in, museums are out: over 70 percent of Americans in their 20s view art on the streets and online, rather than in museums.
The TGI's survey defines them as "tech-savvy men of 15-34 years old who own various devices and love using them, as well as enjoy spending money rather than saving it, and make online purchases at least once a week".
We’re passionate about the role great insights play in design at The Big Picture; but sometimes we see that that it isn’t widely enough understood. That’s why we’ve recently launched Design In Sight—a student design competition with a difference.
On the 27th of June, the UK brewery industry joined forces and launched a major campaign, called ‘Let there be beer’. With this campaign, breweries, including SABMiller, AB Inbev, Carlsberg, Heineken and Molson Coors, try to change the image of beer and combat falling sales.
According to the Global Brand Simplicity Index 2013, Aldi, Amazon, Google and McDonald's are the simplest brands in terms of customer experience. The UK's ranking differs.
However difficult the “love measurement” may seem, the U.S. opinion research consultancy APCO Insight has spent 10 years to prove the fact: love is measurable indeed.
This year the agency surveyed over 2,500 respondents who were asked to rank 400 brands based on personal feeling towards each of them.
Vending machines have a long history dating back to 215BC. Greek mathematician Hero created the first vending machine dispensing holy water in exchange for a coin. Now fast forward to 1880 where the more modern style vending machine was created in London dispensing postcards. From there, it didn’t take long for vending machines to pop up in the U.S. and the rest of the world.