There is joy in things mundane, if you’re not living in a cubicle twenty four twenty four, and if you do you might as well prescribe to the latest giraffe-caplets craze, so at least your neck may extend through the roof and catch a sunrise in Sarawak, once a while.
No, there’s no Giraffe-caplets designed just yet, at least not on Mars or Venus, but in consideration of ample movements it is best wise, to start big instead — the mechanics and margins may be negligible, so you’d have a percentage to play around with. Size matters in reference availability of space, for it balances staff’s radiated heat, and the equilibrium of polarities — the sympathy for others and the interchange between them that neutralises their negativities and positivities, thus enhancing clarity, and productivity.
And business on Earth is learning about productivity-safety isn’t it? Otherwise one wouldn’t bother to entertain the idea of exchanging energy for shekels
If you’re a one person operative, an office space of a quadrillion sq.m would defeat the purpose unless you’re building a world — and how many of us are? You don’t see the relevance now but you will when you start implementing it. Motherships are not miniscule you know. Neither is Earth comparatively to her progenies. The bubble is in the perspectives darlings — imageries are only irrelevant when one is from the future.
Walls separate people and ideas. Chuckle.
You need space to effectively think, that’s why parks, or recreational-area (gosh, seven syllables) as it is known in the mundane present, were conceived — marrying nature with urban jungle is critical for change. Colours, atmosphere, and choice of wholistic flora play on the impressions, hence an ideal startup for conducive change in social community development would include, say, designing parks (one syllable) on BOT (Build on Transfer), or as subsidised with partnership of the mayoral. Tying-in with sportswear sponsorship would be ideal as a collaborative partnership-package, both for advertising and marketing.
Think collaborative partnership. Rethink marketing. Rethink advertising — as an example, think in a sequel of stories, without the brand in mind. Educate the masses without the logo at the credit’s end. Minor glimpses of the product. Evoke emotions — You’re storytelling here. Nobody ought to know such-a-such brand made the movie. Salient subliminal advertising that triggers the audience to say, ‘O that reminds me of that 5-minute story on tele’. You’ve sold to the audience. You’ve left a seed there.
Be sublunary if you must, but not evil. It sells. Not witchery — Spells and Halloween are so last century.
In the case of product design, in-house R&D production or prototype costs ought be minimal. If you have a network of distributors and affiliates to actively sell, promote and market the thingamajig, their commission from the percentage of profits, ought be advantageous enough to retain them in your partner network. Scaling is an option. Remember the lemonade stand? Cost is cheaper than SRP only when the ingredients are from wholesale suppliers. And if you license the stand as in private labelling, there’s a margin to play with. The same goes with SaaS, HaaS, CaaS, SNaaS, etcetera.
Yes, its pyramidal but then again what isn’t? It’s the trinity n’est-ce pas — as in brand, functions, and markets.
I remembered when I first started my online class with Ziff-Davis U. … Yes, they were the first online university for course instruction on everything digitally-tech; and in the ‘Building a Community’ class, was Marc Andressen. Netscape was then, the buzzword and HotBot was as popular as Yahoo, than something that sounded like it was a product designed for Mexicans — I can’t remember what exactly but it was a tongue twister so branding wise for me, it was toast.
There’s a reason as to why KISS was coined.
Why is Louis Vuitton which is three syllables, now simplified as LV instead? Tesla instead of, Chevrolet; Twitter instead of Facebook? The simpler it is, the punchier it gets. The punchier it is, the easier to remember, the easier it is to retain engrams, the more enticing it gets to dress it up — writing a tagline around it would be sinful than copywriting for a product name that goes beyond endless dashes … “my-other-website-is-a-one-eight-hundred-xxx.com” — you get the picture, and it is not just dressing it up, but diversifying it later.
My dot is … doe eyed, eyelashes tripping
The business about naming brands short is at least obvious from the future — when communicating by telepathy, superfluous words are dropped. In other words, the imagery is parsed through instead. Thoughts flow in a blink in the realm, and the future is about speed, and practicality. Poetry on the other hand is experienced as impressions.
Seriously consider also when naming a product in a local language what it means in another. For the intergovernmental special projects division I was previously working on, the naming session took more than three months to finally rest on a decision. And that was after assuring it either didn’t mean just about anything in Klingon, or some Swahili language or that it meant something positive. Once you launch there’s a major embarrassment to change your name when it is discovered the name is uncomplimentary elsewhere.
Aesthetics play a very pivotal role in the target market you’re addressing. There is a need for balance of edginess in the future of beauty. Even in architecture, a battered and treated iron-sheet clad concrete structure is less perilous for children’s safety than a nude rough structure. There are stuccoes applied to floors that are velvety yet render durability, and is much favoured than just plain untreated cement over time which could be hazardous to seniors when it gets wet.
Marrying wrought iron, concrete, and timber in an edifice can be green too.