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At Furthermore Marketing, we’ve been contemplating the future of marketing and design for 2024. Here are our predictions for what is set to trend this year, hopefully offering insight into what lies ahead for creative agencies and the broader realm of marketing. Sustainable design In our world, where being kind to the environment matters more […]

The Magic of Brand Strategy. John Lewis Christmas ads have truly become synonymous with the holiday season. Their ability to not just showcase products but to craft stories that genuinely touch our hearts is a masterclass in brand strategy. John Lewis have strong brand values and each and every advert is a testament to these: […]

A logo will always be the most important graphic you ever produce for a client. Not only will it act as a visual foundation for the future, it should also represent everything you need to know about the company, whether that be a product, service or even core values.
Pinpointing your core values is extremely important when branding your business. Once you highlight these, you can start to build upon a story for your company.
As shops start to reopen, drivers squeeze up nose to bumper for Big Mac meals and BBQs become the ‘new normal’ – things are looking up!

The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak. Hans Hoffman Minimalism is currently a growing trend in design, becoming popular with brands both old and new, and for good reason! Simply put, it allows designers to focus solely on the important bits by cutting out unnecessary elements. It’s […]

Interviews can often be incredibly tricky, whether planned or unplanned, it’s vital that several steps are taken to ensure that everything is captured correctly. More often or not, it comes down to preparation.
A logo will always be the most important graphic you ever produce for a client. Not only will it act as a visual foundation for the future, it should also represent everything you need to know about the company, whether that be a product, service or even core values.
Pinpointing your core values is extremely important when branding your business. Once you highlight these, you can start to build upon a story for your company.
As shops start to reopen, drivers squeeze up nose to bumper for Big Mac meals and BBQs become the ‘new normal’ – things are looking up!
Interviews can often be incredibly tricky, whether planned or unplanned, it’s vital that several steps are taken to ensure that everything is captured correctly. More often or not, it comes down to preparation.