Okay well not really. A couple of months ago I stopped and looked at my brand identity and I was a little disappointed with what I saw. I wasn’t disappointed with my work but with the name of my identity. To me DIDesign isn’t a very creative name for a brand and to be honest I kind of slapped the name together in like 2 minutes back when I first started. I also felt that sense I’ve moved more into photography that the name DIDesign doesn’t really apply to both of them, it only really applies to design.
So there I was thinking that I need a new brand that had a more creative name, something that was more orignal and I could use for anything. My solution was fairly easy and was pretty much staring me in the face since even before I started DIDesign. Anyways to cut to the case my new brand identity well be known as RapidConversation.
RapidConversation basically covers everything I was looking for in a brand. It was more creative and original, plus I could use it for both Design and Photography. Now I’m sure you’re saying “Devin, what the hell does the name RapidConversation have to do with Photography or Design” and all I have to say is if James White can Signalnoise for his design brand when neither Signal or Noise have anything to do with Graphic Design, then I think I can use Rapidconversation for Design and Photography.
Anyways pretty much everything I have that was under the name DIDesign is now RapidConversation (except for this blog). I’m going to start posting my pieces on my other blog, which is already called RapidConversation. I don’t plan on deactivating this blog or anything simply because I’m an ass and I don’t want anyone else to have it.
…..oh and I technically made the switch from DIDesign to RapidConversation over a month ago, I was just to lazy to type something up about it until now.