"There are three responses to a piece of design,
yes, no and wow!
Wow is the one to aim for"
- Milton Glaser.
Branding has been around since 350 A.D and is derived from the word “Brandr”, meaning “to burn” in Ancient Norse language. By the 1500s, it had come to mean the mark that ranchers burned on cattle to signify ownership—a precursor of the modern logo.
Yet branding today is so much more than just a look or a logo. It has come to signify the emotional “gut feeling” reaction a company can elicit from its customers.
form of event, hospitality or social activity which is organised or funded by a business entity. Businesses organise events for many reasons, they may want to educate, reward, motivate, celebrate, mark key milestones, manage organisational change or encourage collaboration. What ever the reason may be, there is an event solution.
Bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah refer to the Jewish coming of age ritual. Once Jewish children reach 12-13 , they are said to “become” a bar or bat mitzvah, at which point they begin to be held accountable for their own actions.
Bar mitzvah is mentioned in the Mishnah and the Talmud. Some classic sources identify the age at which children must begin to participate in the ritual of fasting on Yom Kippur as 13 for boys and 12 for girls. The age of B'nai mitzvah roughly coincides with the onset of puberty. The bar or bat mitzvah ceremony is usually held on the first Shabbat after the birthday on which the child reaches the eligible age.