Using statistical methods and numerical data to analyse and draw insights, this research approach focuses on objective measurements, numerical patterns, and statistical models to understand and explain phenomena.
This research method involves gathering non-numerical data through observations, interviews, and open-ended questions. It aims to explore subjective experiences, attitudes, and motivations, providing rich and descriptive insights.
Applying various techniques and tools to extract meaningful patterns, trends, and insights from large datasets, data analytics involves organising, interpreting, and visualising data to support decision-making and uncover valuable information.
Assessing and evaluating the perception, positioning, and reputation of a brand, this audit helps identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. It involves analysing brand messaging, customer feedback, market perception, and competitive positioning.
This process involves researching and analysing competitors to gain insights into their strategies, strengths, weaknesses, and market positioning. It helps businesses understand the competitive landscape and make informed decisions to improve their own offerings.
Focusing on visual elements such as design, layout, and aesthetics, a visual audit assesses the visual identity, consistency, and effectiveness of a brand’s visual communication across different channels. It aims to ensure alignment with brand guidelines and enhance the overall visual impact.