Yesterday I was driving to a client meeting in Chicago, and within the space of two blocks I passed two great examples of branding. The first was an optical shop I passed while driving on Division Street. The store’s name: d/vision. The logo was very cool, and the only assumption I could make based on a clever name and an attractive logo was that this store must have some very stylish designs. And when it’s time for me to shop for new specs, I won’t have any trouble remembering what street the store is on!
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Two blocks later I saw an eye-catching billboard for a chain of bead stores called Beadniks. The ad featured a great tagline: “Don’t worry–bead happy!” When I Googled the company, I found that they have two URLs: the expected www.beadniks.com, and the unexpected (and very cool) www.beadgoeson.com. This is clearly a company with a ton of personality–not to mention a passion for beads. I’m not currently in the market for their products, but if I ever decide to draw a bead on beads, I certainly know where to head!