By James Webb Young
A approach for generating Ideas,]reveals an easy, brilliant idea-generation technique that has stood the try out of time.
First awarded to scholars in 1939, released in 1965, and now reissued for a brand new new release of ads execs and others trying to jump-start their inventive juices, this strong consultant information a five-step technique for amassing info, stimulating mind's eye, and recombining previous components into dramatic new ideas.
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S. television industry when she appeared to question the wisdom of allocating TV ad budgets months in advance, during the so-called “upfront” season, when media buyers make commitments to secure advertising time in the following fall’s TV schedule—arguing that a rapidly changing media market demands more nimble maneuvering. In Klauberg’s view, digital media is fundamentally transforming the way both brands and consumers use media. Simply “going digital” means very little. To truly capitalize on the power of on-demand experience requires what she calls a “big brand idea” driven by consumer insight.
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A Technique for Producing Ideas (Advertising Age Classics Library) by James Webb Young