Definition of cacography: a deliberate misspelling, often silly or comical. Examples of cacography in brand names include Froot Loops and Krispy Kreme.
Back in July, I wrote a post about what to include in a naming brief based on my own experience as a professional namer, interviews with other namers (including Amanda Peterson, Clive Chafer, and Jonathan Bell), and other available resources, like a blog post by well-known naming expert, Nancy Friedman (AKA Fritinancy). As a follow-up to that post, I’m excited […]
“Professional namer.” Yes, it’s a real job. In case you’ve ever been curious what it’s like to do this job, we’ve pulled some of the web’s best articles by and/or about namers and the wonderful, weird world of brand naming.