Cint reveals its new corporate brand identity. The new brand embodies Cint’s commitment to innovation and promise to accelerate the digital transformation in the market research industry. From Cint’s CEO:
“We took a huge step toward this goal when we joined up with P2Sample last year, and our new branding reflects our continued mission of helping our customers transform the way they do business in market research.”
In Wo(man) vs Machine, Researcher, Maximilian Brinckmann, releases an article on how to emotionally attach your users through UX.
“Psychologists and philosophers like to say that perception is reality. This means that individual impressions are able to manifest individual realities. I would like to rephrase this to experience is reality.”
In his article, Maximilian walks us through the importance of building experience over the interface, and offers 4 practical tips to help designers accomplish this:
- Trigger Anticipation
- Design the Product Set-Up
- Remember the Wheel of Emotion
- Experience is Reality
In today’s mergers and acquisitions, Dentsu Aegis Network has acquired 4Cite Marketing, a leading people-based identification and data services technology company.
In human capital news, KPMG Australia appoints Jenny Roche as a new Partner to the Customer, Brand & Marketing Advisory (CBMA) team.
Guy Wates joins Measure Protocol as Director of Operations and Programmatic.
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