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Previously Laura worked with brands like Confused.com, Jockey Club Racecourses and Kimberly-Clark.
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I completley agree Kent. I think users are also be more cautious with the time they're investing in new social networks. Putting your time and data onto every hot startup can leave them feeling disappointed when they don't take off, or worse shut down.
Agreed that is a great article about the rule of thirds. Cheers for the comments both. Sometimes it's good to go back to basics.
I completely agree that this did seem to be a feather fluffing exercise rather than any genuine need for a rebrand. My jaw dropped when I saw it trending on Twitter, I think Victoria Beckham is the only other person to be able to create such a stir with a haircut.
Thanks for the info and looking forward to seeing the full profiles in action.
Thanks for linking us to that article Robin, I think he makes a good point about not taking everything seriously.