WwtD Business Cards Summer2010


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Our business cards tell our story. Through the photos printed on the back. This is the collection of Summer 2010.

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WwtD Business Cards Summer2010

  1. 1. Who walks The Stories Behind the Dog Our Business Cards Summer 2010 http://whowalksthedog.com Friday, 8 October 2010
  2. 2. Who walks Every Card Tells A Story the Dog When we were designing our business cards, we wanted every business card to tell a story. Not just any story, but stories of how Who walks the Dog sees the world, how we operate, and what our values are. And since a picture says more than a thousand words, we decided to put photos on the back of each cards. These are the photos and their stories of the set in use since Summer 2010. http://whowalksthedog.com Friday, 8 October 2010
  3. 3. Who walks Opéra, the Dog or Palais Garnier The grandeur of the Palais Garnier in Paris is exemplary for the ‘think big’ mentality of Baron Hausmann, who redesigned Paris into what it is now. Sometimes, a complete overhaul of the existing organisation is necessary, and it takes vision, a sound plan and style to make it into a success. http://whowalksthedog.com Friday, 8 October 2010
  4. 4. Who walks the Dog Dead Sea Sunset The Dead Sea is a unique place. That it is the lowest point on earth is less known than the fact that you can float http://whowalksthedog.com on it. A unique place and a unique experience. And that is what companies all should have: something unique that sets the brand, the product or the service apart from the competition. Friday, 8 October 2010
  5. 5. Who walks the Dog Snow Detail When it was covered in snow, Riga’s Kronvalda park was a magical place. The white blanketing the fields and trees made it a scene out of a fairy tale. And this big picture wouldn’t have been possible with the detailed attributes of snow. And the same goes http://whowalksthedog.com for your organisation: when you want to optimise your processes, you have to pay attention to the details to get the big picture right. Friday, 8 October 2010
  6. 6. Who walks the Dog The Angel Using new technologies, and introducing them into your organisation to improve your processes and bottom line, involves change. Ranging from cutting edge machinery to social media, you need to change habits and mindsets to make it work. And to make change successful, you need advocates. The people that take the lead, are convinced of the beneficial http://whowalksthedog.com outcome and convince others of their idea. You can call these people ambassadors or evangelists. We prefer to call them Angels. Friday, 8 October 2010
  7. 7. Who walks the Dog The Goal Without a goal, it is hard to score. Whether it is a goal on a football field, a deadline or a sales or process target, setting the goal is the first step to getting it right. Sports do not differ in that respect from process optimisation, your CSR strategy or your social media marketing plan. To succeed, you need to set goals. http://whowalksthedog.com Friday, 8 October 2010
  8. 8. Who walks A Who walks the Dog Presentation the Dog 8 October 2010 Who walks the Dog provides strategic advice on using innovative ways to optimize your business, focusing on the human factor. We specialize in social media, CSR and Lean Management / Six Sigma. More information: Arjan Tupan http://whowalksthedog.com arjan@whowalksthedog.com http://whowalksthedog.com http://twitter.com/whowalksthedog http://twitter.com/arjantupan http://facebook.com/whowalksthedog +371 27 44 88 11 Friday, 8 October 2010
  9. 9. Who walks the Dog The fonts used in this presentation are Junction Regular and Nevis. Junction Regular is available at The League of Moveable Type (http://www.theleagueofmoveabletype.com/) and Nevis at Ten by Twenty (http://www.tenbytwenty.com). Both sites have many more beautiful fonts available. http://whowalksthedog.com This presentation has been prepared with care, and without direct commercial gain. I have tried to use copyright free imagery, or made an effort to obtain permission of use. However, if you feel that any photo, picture or text in this presentation infringes your copyright, please inform the author at info@whowalksthedog.com. This presentation itself is licensed under creative commons license by-nc-sa. Friday, 8 October 2010