Intouch is excited to introduce A Beautiful Pair, a comprehensive consumer campaign that features a stop-motion-animated television commercial, plus print, paid media and more.
Chances are, you’ve joined the legions of new Marie Kondo fans clearing away clutter this winter. But are you doing it with your work too? Since Marie Kondo’s hit show debuted on Netflix, millions have been following her “KonMari” method: looking critically at their possessions, wondering if each item was
Pharma marketers can get a valuable reminder from Gillette’s new “The Best Men Can Be” campaign: to look and act on our brand values. The ad has definitely gotten attention. But has it been successful? Read on for Intouch's take.
The Midwest may be known as the Capital of Nice, but what you may not know is that it’s also a vibrant hub of creativity. Walt Disney, Hallmark Cards, Thomas Hart Benton, William S. Burroughs, and Kate Spade are just a few of the names the founders of Kansas
Creative agencies face numerous challenges when their clients adopt a marketing platform like Adobe’s Experience Manager (AEM). Even after more than 10 years on the market under various names like CQ, CQ5, and AEM, there is still simply no guidance for agencies on how to design best-in-class creative that leverages
Moneyball is a story about baseball. Historically, scouts, armed with a traditional set of statistics – like batting average, stolen bases, and runs batted in – gave their opinions on which players should be hired. But a cash crunch forced innovation, and the Oakland As developed a new system that
If you happened to catch the mid-June episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, you’ll probably get the reference this post’s title makes. If not, read on to find out – and to learn what to do, and not do – when developing media tactics for your brand. There's No Such Thing
In My Eyes helps caregivers and healthcare providers understand what it's like to live with three degenerative eye diseases. Learn more about this Intouch-created app.
Telling someone that they’re losing their sight probably ranks among the most emotionally charged conversations a physician can have with a patient. Empathy is imperative in such conversations, but sometimes it takes a back seat to clinical next steps. But if this is a conversation between a patient and their
Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure ... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat. – Theodore Roosevelt speech (“The