In-House Perspectives: Presentations on BrandingSimon Clancy
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Presentation 1: Encouraging excitement with in-house branding
Presented by Lisa Parkyn RGD
Creating excitement within an in-house brand requires a strategic approach that combines creativity, innovation and effective communication. By leveraging the unique advantages of an in-house brand, companies can cultivate a sense of enthusiasm and engagement among employees, customers and stakeholders. This can be achieved through various means such as implementing captivating design elements, fostering a culture of brand ownership and pride and developing compelling marketing campaigns that showcase the brand's values and offerings. By harnessing the power of in-house branding, companies can generate excitement and create a strong connection between their brand and their target audience, resulting in increased loyalty, brand advocacy, and ultimately, business success.
About Lisa Parkyn RGD
With 20+ experience, Lisa is a skilled Strategic Marketing & Design professional with a strong background in creative work, print media, brand identity development and campaign strategy. She has a proven track record of successfully seeing projects through from initial concept to final completion, consistently meeting deadlines and budget requirements. Lisa's expertise extends to managing client and vendor relationships, overseeing production and post-production processes, and handling various aspects such as project management, scheduling, design, estimating, budgeting and resource allocation across diverse industries and client bases. With a solid foundation in Graphic Design, Lisa has worked in the corporate in-house environment and loves championing brand guidelines with precision.
Presentation 2: Brand Design Systems at Canadian Tire
Presented by Simon Clancy
In this 15-minute presentation, you will see parts of Canadian Tire’s Brand Design System. You will also discover the operational and cultural change required to implement a design system effectively across a very large and complex organization. In particular, we will share why the in-house design and production perspective is so important in the development of a visually consistent customer ecosystem.
- Why a brand design system could help your in-house design team
- How to structure and distribute a design system
- How a design system can help create operational and cultural change
- How you can create a design system using In-house teams and out-of-house partnerships
Moderated by Kathleen Scott RGD
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Yeah, yeah, you have a good foundation to start with on that. Yeah,
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that's great. Uh, well, I could talk about this a lot longer,
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but we are out of time. Um, I want to thank you both so much for sharing your,
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um, your knowledge and expertise on this subject. It was really,
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really interesting. Um, I'd like to, uh,
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let our audience know that all these webinars are recorded and they can be found
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in the members only section of the, um, R G GD website.
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And, um, we are hoping to do more in-house, uh,
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perspective webinars, uh, later in the fall. So please watch for those dates,
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uh, going forward. Thank you so much, uh, Lisa and Simon, uh,
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really great to do this with you. Thank
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You. Thank you both. Thank
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You everyone. Have a great day.
Simon is an international strategic creative and design leader with twenty-one years of experience — creating services and stories for some of the world’s largest brands. His work integrates brand systems, experience design, innovation, strategy and storytelling across content and advertising. He is currently AVP, Creative Director at T3, Canadian Tire’s in-house design and content team. The T3 team works across a family of banners including Canadian Tire, Sport Chek, Mark’s, Triangle and all of Canadian Tire’s owned brands. Their objective is to be a design led strategic partner helping the entire organization to deliver consistent, inspiring integrated customer experiences and content. Simon has worked in Australia, The Netherlands and The United Kingdom. He has produced award-winning work for brands such as Nike and Google. He now lives in Canada and is proud to lead design and content for an iconic Canadian brand.