Category: Event

April 9, 2009

Teaching Brand

We recently completed work on a branding and visual identity system for the University of Massachusetts Boston, nationally recognized as a model of excellence for urban universities.

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March 18, 2009

Our Clients Talk Back on Social Media

Last week over 50 clients of Corey McPherson Nash gathered to hear Chris Klaehn and Ryan Evans speak on leveraging social media to enhance branding and business goals. Conversation was lively in the room, but it was also lively online. Here are some highlights from the live tweeting that went on during the event:

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January 8, 2009

Our 25th Anniversary Video

Over one hundred clients, friends and staff, past and present, gathered in November at The Decordova Museum & Sculpture Park to help us celebrate twenty-five years as the branding studio of choice for a wide range of leading business, educational, and cultural institutions.

Part of the celebration was this wall-sized looping video highlighting dozens of client projects from across CMN’s history. Enjoy!

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December 3, 2008

Looking Forward

Over one hundred clients, partners and friends – past and present – gathered last week to celebrate twenty-five years as the branding studio of choice for a wide range of leading businesses, educational, and cultural institutions.

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August 21, 2008

Cracking Peanuts: Gleaning Design Intuition from Comics

On June 20, I had the opportunity to speak on a panel discussion at the MIT Media Lab entitled “Media Fabrics for Media Makers: Realizing an Expressive Landscape for Digital Dialogues.” My other panel participants came from a wide range of creative backgrounds including feature films, video games, and interactive advertising.

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June 11, 2008

The Boston Brand

In March 2007, we discussed the Boston Brand. On the one hand Boston has enormous pride – the lofty institutions of Harvard and MIT, the hotbed of medical and technical talent and innovation, the hometown of the Kennedy’s (and now Deval Patrick), the Patriots and the Red Sox (underdogs make a comeback), but on the other hand, we’ve lost a lot of our institutional business pride to national players – P&G bought Gillette, the Wang won’t show “Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker” anymore because of declining ticket sales and it has been replaced with “The Rockettes”, Bay Bank and Bank Boston are gone, Jordan Marsh and Filene’s are gone, etc.

The panel discussion was with the leading figures from Boston’s cultural, VC and brand world. Joe Spaulding from the Wang [now Citi] Center, George Bell from General Catalyst, John Carroll from the media and Kathy Sherbrooke from the business world. Listen to the event and let us know your thoughts.

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