Logo for a friend’s outdoor education blog.
Ad campaign shows that Facebook Likes don’t help. From Bored Panda:
The idea is simple but daring – virtual things don’t count in real life and even a billion “Likes” on Facebook won’t help those facing crisis in their everyday lives. It might win you an iPod if you’re lucky but it won’t stop poverty, homelessness, economical and cultural collapse that are caused by wars and natural disasters. Therefore, the campaign calls for action with its tagline “Be a volunteer. Change a life”.
Read the rest of the article and see two more great variations of this ad campaign at Bored Panda.
This diagram illustrates how marketing works to fight the natural tendency for your brand to drift from being a specialty to being a commodity.
Also, these questions can be used to help spur creative insights:
A one-off logo for a debate society.
A one-off logo for a photographer.
A one-off logo for a film production company.