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Kingdom Branding is a creative partner for brands that rule. We specialize in high-performing, conversion-focused, beautiful web and social experiences.

How Airbnb Disrupted the Hospitality Industry

Disruptive Innovation A few weeks ago, we explored how disruptive innovation and digital cameras have changed the industry. Disruptive innovation is defined as a new product or service that has challenged incumbent businesses by finding a better solution that meets modern requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs. However, disruptive innovation creates new market demand …

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Creative Democracy

As an ideology, democracy gives all people a voice. It also provides space for people to express themselves freely, whether they agree or disagree, which can, in turn, empower people into activism. Democracy involves two contrasting visions of how the social and the political are intertwined to make essential decisions in their country or community. …

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The Art of Revolution: Social Change

Can a Revolution bring about change to society? Yes! Can Art send a message so profound, it could move people to act? Yes! If you look back in history, significant changes have come through revolutions. The French Revolution, The Industrial Revolution, and The Renaissance (rebirth) are just a few. The French Revolution, Révolution française, was a period …

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The Kingdom Branding Guide to Business Survival: 8 tips to engage with your customers during lockdown

It’s become a game of survival. The pandemic has changed how a lot of business is being conducted and maybe for good. It’s time to adapt, reshape and retool. It’s time to quickly evolve. At Kingdom Branding, we’re passionate about leveraging technology and creativity to solve problems and fuel client growth and we’ve put together …

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How your keen observation of the senses could help you design better products and services

The phrase “Multi-sensorial design” might sound like a big word, but it merely means designing for the five senses. It is the “awareness of psychological effects elicited by interactions with products, the varying degrees to which the senses are stimulated, the meanings and values users attach to any product or service, and the emotions that …

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