Category Archives: Creative Capitalism

Carlie Miller  

How Brands are Using Facial Recognition Technology   November 14, 2017

Among the recently released iPhone X’s myriad new features, the ability for the device to handle facial recognition has probably been the most widely discussed (and critiqued) over the last several weeks. While many consumers have taken to social media to voice their skepticism of the technology, citing a “creepy” factor, there is little doubt that the technology is here Continue Reading

     
Joshua P. Ferguson  

Beware of Infinite Content   November 7, 2017

Arcade Fire is a rare breed of band. They can pen insanely catchy songs, the kind that send you into singalong fits, while also delivering contemplative, and at times biting, social commentary. Over the course of their 15-plus year career, they’ve tackled everything from death and religion to suburban blight to ambient intimacy and our obsession with self—topics that today’s Continue Reading

     
Carlie Miller  

Building Buzz with Amazon’s Treasure Truck   October 3, 2017

  If you’ve driven around Chicago over the past several weeks, you may have spotted a bright blue “Treasure Truck” driving down the road. Thanks to the truck’s unique, stand-out design, it’s hard to think that someone could drive past all that blue and red or all those circus-like embellishments and not have at least some curiosity about what you Continue Reading

     
Anna Woodward  

TV Show Marketing in the Digital Age   August 15, 2017

If there’s one thing all members of the BMSD staff have in common, it’s our unabashed love of quality television.  We don’t all watch the same shows, but where there’s overlap, we carve out a good chunk of time before work each day to discuss every last detail. And as branding and marketing nerds, we inevitably dissect the ways these Continue Reading

     
Carlie Miller  

The Thrill of the New Observation Deck Experience   August 1, 2017

This past weekend I had a couple friends visit from out of town. Naturally, we worked our way through all the obligatory Chicago tourist activities. We shopped on Michigan Avenue, went to Navy Pier, ate deep dish pizza and we also checked out the new TILT! experience at the John Hancock Center. I can remember visiting the observation deck at Continue Reading