It has been truly inspiring to see the way marketers have adapted to face the challenges presented by COVID-19. As designers, we’ve been particularly drawn to the evolution of packaging design during this unprecedented time.
COVID-19 has led to changes in shopping behaviors that have disrupted the retail ecosystem in ways that were previously unimaginable. Despite obvious concerns related to living through a global pandemic, consumers still need to shop for food, clothing, pet supplies and additional everyday essentials.
We’ve been keeping a watchful eye on the better-for-you audience throughout the pandemic. Early on, we saw a decline in better-for-you search interest and social media conversation, but we were impressed by how quickly the health-conscious audience resumed their previous behaviors.
Having a unique and relevant point of difference is nothing new when it comes to building brands with strong consumer relevance and appeal. However, the ways in which consumers view and interact with the world have now changed forever. And with that change, the importance of a point of difference has escalated to new heights.
Over the past several years, Seed’s series of Leading Ladies networking events have grown in interest and popularity among women in marketing, advertising and innovation who are looking for a fun, casual evening of mingling and mentoring.
Quarantine tips from a real-life introvert It’s safe to say that most (if not all) of us have never experienced anything like COVID-19. Almost overnight, this infinitesimal scourge has wrought inexorable change in our everyday lives—how we work, how we interact, how we entertain ourselves. For some, it’s a struggle; the isolation is stifling.
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