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Brand Positioning, Product Development and Business Growth
Brand Positioning: The Typical Processes Problem Statement Process Overview Review of definitions Brand Exercises: Visual ...
Why do this? Clarity.  Two companies with different focuses and expertise coming together to compete with others for marke...
In today’s increasingly competitive global market, building effective and meaningful brands is essential for business succ...
What is a Brand? A person’s perception of a product, service, experience or organization
What is a Brand Attribute? A distinctive feature of that product, service, company or brand: porsche = classic
What do we mean by  Brand Intention and Brand Meaning? Brand Positioning (Identity)  informs how we build the User Experie...
Quantitative Identity Elements Qualitative Value Proposition Meat Ball Color Tag Lines Name Iconic Successful I like to ex...
Identity  components Heritage (e.g. Apple)  provides confidence or positive feelings based on the reputation and actions o...
Emotional Benefits (e.g. Prius)  allow the customers to perceive positive feelings and personal rewards created through ex...
Who Are You?  What Do You Do?  Why Does It Matter?
Who Are You?  What Do You Do?  Why Does It Matter?  BrooksStevens, Inc. today (BSi interpretation) Verbal Comments Problem...
Who Are You?  What Do You Do?  Why Does It Matter?  BrooksStevens, Inc. today (Ingenium interpretation) Verbal Comments Le...
Who Are You?  What Do You Do?  Why Does It Matter?  BrooksStevens, Inc…aspirationally Verbal Comments Process Expert Sophi...
Who Are You?  What Do You Do?  Why Does It Matter?  The Competition Raised on pop culture Innovation Consultancy Signature...
Who Are They?  What Do They Do?  Why Do They Matter?  Innovation Consultancy Astro Studios: “A crew of uniquely talented d...
Who Are They?  What Do They Do?  Why Do They Matter?  Innovation Consultancy Insight: “…designs meaningful products and ex...
Who Are They?  What Do They Do?  Why Do They Matter?  Innovation Consultancy Priority: “…is a leading industrial design an...
ASPIRATIONAL BRAND PERCEPTIONS from the workshop Process Experts, Playful, Sophisticated, User Centric, In Touch, Passiona...
Playful Daring Smart, Responsible, Relevant Process Experts, Technology Experts User-Centric, Grounded Passionate, Perform...
Playful Smart Experts User-Centric Passionate Playful, Daring Smart, Responsible, Relevant Process, Technology Experts Use...
Brooks Stevens: playful, smart, user-centric, passionate experts   
STRATEGIC BRAND DIMENSION Energetic:Playful Energy  is a key component of the BSi brand. Energy describes the personality ...
STRATEGIC BRAND DIMENSION Smart Smart  is a key component of the BSi brand. Smart describes the technical knowledge of the...
STRATEGIC BRAND DIMENSION User-Centric BSi is  User-Centric  in all aspects of design and engineering. Grounded in the per...
STRATEGIC BRAND DIMENSION Passionate Experts Passionate Experts  defines the BSi brand by describing benchmark level compe...
---- improve ---------- evolve ---------- invent ---------- transform ---- Invent new product solution Products that trans...
---- improve ---------- evolve ---------- invent ---------- transform ---- Hyper Design   <ul><li>Accelerated </li></ul><u...
---- improve ---------- evolve ---------- invent ---------- transform ---- Invent new product solution Products that trans...
---- improve ---------- evolve ---------- invent ---------- transform ---- <ul><li>Heavy discovery phase </li></ul><ul><li...
The Big Opportunity Business Week estimates of only single digit innovation success rates begs the question: What makes th...
Once the brand positioning baseline has been approved, it will become a basis from which to evaluate ourselves over time. ...
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  1. 1. Brand Positioning, Product Development and Business Growth
  2. 2. Brand Positioning: The Typical Processes Problem Statement Process Overview Review of definitions Brand Exercises: Visual and Verbal Metaphors BrainStorming / Ideation Generation Illustration / Visualization Role Playing: Script Writing Scenario Play Concepting Documentation Storytelling
  3. 3. Why do this? Clarity. Two companies with different focuses and expertise coming together to compete with others for market share in product development must differentiate itself and be perceived that way by potential customers. Answering questions: who we are, who do we want to be and who can we be who we are perceived to be what does the market want Declare who we will be. Define a strategy to get there. Execute a plan to achieve it.
  4. 4. In today’s increasingly competitive global market, building effective and meaningful brands is essential for business success. Yet branding efforts that are based primarily on logical, verbal messages are increasingly ineffective in reaching a consumer population grown skeptical of new claims. A more powerful approach to establishing brand perceptions is required – one that automatically triggers perceptions that are relevant to target customers, true to the brand identity and differentiated from the competition. Brand Positioning provides a systematic method for adding further definition to a brand’s identity and determining the visual signals that will establish brand perceptions at all points of contact with customers.
  5. 5. What is a Brand? A person’s perception of a product, service, experience or organization
  6. 6. What is a Brand Attribute? A distinctive feature of that product, service, company or brand: porsche = classic
  7. 7. What do we mean by Brand Intention and Brand Meaning? Brand Positioning (Identity) informs how we build the User Experience and therefore involves Industrial Design, Information Design & Architecture, Graphic Design and Packaging. Our Intent as a brand. Brand Perception (Image) focuses on the way consumers interpret signals created by a company through it’s products, services and communication. What BSi means to our clients. The psychic distance between the intended message and the consumers actual interpretation represents a “brand gap”. This can be problematic if the gap is wide.
  8. 8. Quantitative Identity Elements Qualitative Value Proposition Meat Ball Color Tag Lines Name Iconic Successful I like to explore Problem solving is why I’m here Talent Technical Experience Skill Base BSi Bold Out of Box Thinker Energetic Fun Committed to Excellence Creative Atmosphere Common Purpose Fits My Lifestyle Relaxed Brand Wheel
  9. 9. Identity components Heritage (e.g. Apple) provides confidence or positive feelings based on the reputation and actions of the brand. Personality (e.g. Swatch) projects human character traits to the brand that will be meaningful to customers and help establish emotional links. Visual Assets (e.g. Joe Camel) are images that immediately trigger the brand name and key perceptions that resonate with the target market. (What happened to Joe?)
  10. 10. Emotional Benefits (e.g. Prius) allow the customers to perceive positive feelings and personal rewards created through experiences with the brand. Functional Benefits (e.g. thenorthface) are tangible benefits relating to experiences and/or the relationship with the brand. Self-Expressive Benefits (e.g. PRADA) allow customers to outwardly express who they are or who they would like to be through the brands they use and associate. Value Proposition components
  11. 11. Who Are You? What Do You Do? Why Does It Matter?
  12. 12. Who Are You? What Do You Do? Why Does It Matter? BrooksStevens, Inc. today (BSi interpretation) Verbal Comments Problem Solver Functional Sound Mass Appeal Solid Refined Authentic Honest Orange Visual Description
  13. 13. Who Are You? What Do You Do? Why Does It Matter? BrooksStevens, Inc. today (Ingenium interpretation) Verbal Comments Legacy Clean Classic Comfortable Modernism Potential Innovation Sophisticated Artistic Visual Description
  14. 14. Who Are You? What Do You Do? Why Does It Matter? BrooksStevens, Inc…aspirationally Verbal Comments Process Expert Sophisticated Legitimate User Centric Embraces New Technology In Touch Passionate Connected Bold Performance Minded Deep and Wide Daring Solid Responsible Visual Description
  15. 15. Who Are You? What Do You Do? Why Does It Matter? The Competition Raised on pop culture Innovation Consultancy Signature Design Aesthetic
  16. 16. Who Are They? What Do They Do? Why Do They Matter? Innovation Consultancy Astro Studios: “A crew of uniquely talented designers. We live at the epicenter of American lifestyle, technology and design.” Product & Brand Strategy, Industrial Design, Graphic Design *Network: Market Research, Electrical&Mechanical Engineering, Interaction&Interface Design, Varied Brand Development Specialists, Contract Sourcing&Manufacturing BlueMapDesign: “A multi-disciplinary product design firm based in New York City, the firm has gained international acclaim for it’s signature design aesthetic utilizing simplicity relative to form and function.” Product Design, Branding, Environmental, Furniture, Structural Packaging Continuum: “A design and innovation consultancy. We are a group of design strategy, brand experience and product innovation experts helping companies build design solutions.” Strategy, Product Design, Brand Experience Desgrippes Gobe: “A operate in cross-functional teams of brand strategists, graphic designers, interactive designers, writers, architects and industrial designers so we can create end-to-end solutions for any branding challenge.” Brand Strategy, Brand Identity, Product Innovation, Retail Experience The Competition
  17. 17. Who Are They? What Do They Do? Why Do They Matter? Innovation Consultancy Insight: “…designs meaningful products and experiences. From design strategy through development we align user needs with business goals to ensure market success.” Strategy, Innovation, Experiences, Development RKS Design: “A fusion of Science, Experience, and Design.” Research, Strategy, Branding, Innovation, Industrial Design, User Interface, Engineering, Prototyping, Graphics, “Psycho-Aesthetics” IDEO: “IDEO helps organizations innovate through design.” Strategic Service: Explorations, Service Design, Transformation Design Services: Environments, Digital Experience, Product Development IngeniumPD: “…has evolved from an engineering background into a full service, highly creative firm. We provide industrial design, engineering and prototyping… necessary components of a turnkey product development company.” Brainstorming, Feasibillity Studies, 2D Concept Renderings, 3D Concept Renderings, Digital Animation, Ergonomic Analysis, Color Studies, Design Specifications, Material&Process Selection, Aesthetic Prototypes The Competition
  18. 18. Who Are They? What Do They Do? Why Do They Matter? Innovation Consultancy Priority: “…is a leading industrial design and product development firm. Soft goods. Our services include...” Research, Strategy, Design, Engineering, Prototyping, Brand Support Radius: “Innovation Realized…Globally.” “Radius is an award-winning product design and development firm that collaborates with international clients in the consumer and healthcare industries to create inspired solutions that drive business success.” Discovery, Concept, Development, Implementation The Competition
  19. 19. ASPIRATIONAL BRAND PERCEPTIONS from the workshop Process Experts, Playful, Sophisticated, User Centric, In Touch, Passionate, Connected, Bold, Eccentric, Legitimate, Deep and Wide, Solid, Responsible, Daring, Performance Minded, Technology Embracing, Smart, Relevant, Grounded, Quality Work…       Beginning with words
  20. 20. Playful Daring Smart, Responsible, Relevant Process Experts, Technology Experts User-Centric, Grounded Passionate, Performance Minded Playful, Eccentric Bold, Daring Sophisticated, Smart, Legitimate, Responsible, Relevant Process Expert, Technology Embracing, Quality Work, Deep & Wide User-Centric, In Touch, Connected, Grounded Passionate, Performance Minded      
  21. 21. Playful Smart Experts User-Centric Passionate Playful, Daring Smart, Responsible, Relevant Process, Technology Experts User-Centric, Grounded Passionate, Performance Minded      
  22. 22. Brooks Stevens: playful, smart, user-centric, passionate experts   
  23. 23. STRATEGIC BRAND DIMENSION Energetic:Playful Energy is a key component of the BSi brand. Energy describes the personality and self-expressive nature of the BSi organization. With a foundation in the identity, emotional benefits and personality of the brand profile, the concept of energy conveys the vibrant spirit of the BSi brand. Consumers can trust BSi to design and develop expressive and successful products because we are!
  24. 24. STRATEGIC BRAND DIMENSION Smart Smart is a key component of the BSi brand. Smart describes the technical knowledge of the BSi team. With a foundation in the heritage, identity and personality of the brand profile, the concept of “smart” conveys the depth of experience behind the BSi brand. Clients are confident that BSi will deliver beyond expectations.
  25. 25. STRATEGIC BRAND DIMENSION User-Centric BSi is User-Centric in all aspects of design and engineering. Grounded in the personality, functional and self-expressive components of the brand profile, User-Centric personifies the focus on solving problems with tangible and differentiating benefits to consumers and clients alike.
  26. 26. STRATEGIC BRAND DIMENSION Passionate Experts Passionate Experts defines the BSi brand by describing benchmark level competencies in human-centric design and engineering. With roots in the heritage, identity and personality components of the brand profile, “Passionate Experts” defines the beliefs, commitment and expertise with which each BSi colleague approaches design innovation.
  27. 27. ---- improve ---------- evolve ---------- invent ---------- transform ---- Invent new product solution Products that transform the market or the organization Improve efficiency & profitability of existing product Evolve the product to a new level of performance The Innovation Continuum
  28. 28. ---- improve ---------- evolve ---------- invent ---------- transform ---- Hyper Design <ul><li>Accelerated </li></ul><ul><li>Focused </li></ul><ul><li>Risk of missing the window is greater than an imperfect product </li></ul>Improve efficiency & profitability of existing product Evolve the product to a new level of performance “ Time to market is everything, and we have no time, and even less budget. Get it roughly right.” Invent new product solution Products that transform the market or the organization
  29. 29. ---- improve ---------- evolve ---------- invent ---------- transform ---- Invent new product solution Products that transform the market or the organization Design Optimization <ul><li>Efficient tactical development </li></ul><ul><li>Choose the best places to apply resources, take some short cuts </li></ul>Improve efficiency & profitability of existing product Evolve the product to a new level of performance “ We know what to do, let’s do it efficiently, balancing time and budget trade-offs”
  30. 30. ---- improve ---------- evolve ---------- invent ---------- transform ---- <ul><li>Heavy discovery phase </li></ul><ul><li>Significant rigor </li></ul><ul><li>Attempting a breakthrough </li></ul><ul><li>Strategic investment of time & $ </li></ul>Improve efficiency & profitability of existing product Evolve the product to a new level of performance “ Let’s do this right, let’s go where no one has gone before, let’s change the rules of the game, let’s create our future” Invent new product solution Products that transform the market or the organization The Deep Dive
  31. 31. The Big Opportunity Business Week estimates of only single digit innovation success rates begs the question: What makes the cultures of large corporations so successful at squeezing profit from the manufacturing and marketing of products and so inept at inventing them?
  32. 32. Once the brand positioning baseline has been approved, it will become a basis from which to evaluate ourselves over time. Brand Dimensions can also be used as a metric in perceptual mapping. Brooks Stevens, Inc., through it’s vision and the very visual nature of the work we produce and the results we bring to our clients, can create a very strong and recognizable identity, verbally, visually and perceptually if managed correctly. The key element to being a good brand steward is ensuring that all our outbound communications: website, collateral, presentations communicate a consistent message and one that differentiates BSi in a positive light from the competition.
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