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Discovery Session event

Behavioural creative:
Seven key techniques for effective design

Date: Thursday 9 July 2020
Time: 9:30am-11:30am
Location: Virtual event (Zoom)
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Behavioural science shows that 95% of human decisions are made subconsciously and intuitively, guided by our innate biases and emotions. Yet traditional creative communications are too-often designed for conscious, rational thought, and fail to effectively influence behaviour.

At our upcoming, free Discovery Session, Ian Birkett and Chris Nelson will share the key behavioural creative techniques that can optimise your design process, marketing campaigns and brand communications to work with – not against – the realities of human decision-making.

Your hosts
Our Creative Director, Ian Birkett, has been in design for more than 25 years, delivering insight-led creative campaigns and brands for clients including Asda, Unilever, Anglian Water, Compass, Microsoft, the NHS and WWF. For WRAP’s national recycling programme Ian created the instantly recognisable recycling loop found on millions of print and packaging items across the UK. He also regularly delivers classes on the use of brand communications to deliver behaviour change.

Joining Ian is Chris Nelson, our Associate Creative Director. Chris is a concept-driven, multi-disciplinary creative with over 20 years’ experience in the design industry, and a focus on providing novel, creative solutions to communication challenges. He has delivered best-practice branding, design and culture change programmes for clients including Hoover, Barnardo’s, Redrow, and British Red Cross.

Hit the register link to sign up for your free place. This is just one of the free insight and knowledge events we provide as part of Corporate Culture Group:

• Our Discovery Sessions offer solutions to the latest challenges for business
• Our Insight for Leaders events inspire debate among change-making executives
• Our Roundtables are timely, in-depth discussions hosted by leading thinkers.

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