Verbal identity on show for first time at London International Awards
The London International Awards is claiming an award-show first by announcing the shortlist for its new Verbal Identity category.
2016 marks the first time the awards has appointed a standalone jury for Verbal Identity (pictured), led by Chris West, founder of Verbal Identity Ltd.
The Awards says the introduction of Verbal Identity was a reaction to the ‘What About Naming?’ campaign launched by New York-based brand agency CBX in 2015. As major awards programs continually ignored the role of naming in the brand-building process, CBX believed that more should be done to honour the most creative and successful naming and verbal identity projects.
With West, jury members included Rachel Bernard of CBX New York, Sean Doyle of Panic London, Steve Martin of Eat Creative Tokyo, Laurel Sutton, senior strategist and linguist at Catchword Oakland and Ben Zimmer, language columnist at the Wall Street Journal.
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