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- preserving personal histories: No one has ever lived a boring life - Mark Twain Every single one of us has a treasure box full of stories. Stories about the little and the big things that have happened to us throughout our lives. The longer we live, the more stories we collect. The stories of our mothers, fathers, grandparents, and great grandparents are often passed down through the years in conversation, really this is one of the last oral traditions that we have left. The art of story telling has either been replaced by story writing, or the more complicated story told with pictures (movies). What I do is to capture a persons story, or collection of story's, told in their own voice, preserved for the next generation. My customers are usually the adult children of men and women who are in their golden years. My customers hire me to interview their parents (usually) in order to preserve the stories of their lives, in their own voice, the way that they remember them. Everyone's stories are their own, and no one can tell them as well as the person who lived it. In a series of up to 4 interviews, I have a process that helps my client navigate through the stories of their lives, guiding them with questions, and helping them to create a cohesive, engaging, chronicle of the highlights of their lives, preserved for future generations to enjoy, and know more about where they came from. My service is the interview, and at the end they are presented with audio digital recording that is anywhere from 1-4 hours long. I'm looking for a name that is professional, with a heart warming feel, something that conveys the idea of preserving personal stories from their own perspective, their own voice. Something associated with genealogies, history, archives, legacy ect. One or two words, my title is Personal Historian, so don't include that in the name. Thanks!
- condoms packaging naming: WE NEED a NAME FOR OUR CONDOMS PACKAGING DESIGN. THE NAME SHOULD EXPRESS THE STORY ABOUT TWO LOVERS to match our existing design. This project is a little bit sensitive because the design is already done so there are some restrictions as presented below: -The Name length cannot exceed 6 letters to match the decorative name (Ideal) in the design. -No more than two syllables. -The Names should match with the design which represents (two lovers, couple, Union, Duo). -Could be natural or made-up to be understated -Prefered name tone: Heartwarming and sentimental. -Spanish names to be avoid, besides English names French are also welcome. -The good naming example we have now is lovers so it could be considered as guide. Below are the 5 rules to follow to create the names: 1. It should be readable and writable If your product name is hard to pronounce, people won't talk about it and if they can't write it down (and spell it correctly!) when they hear it, how do you expect them to Google it? Keep it simple and don't go with any wacky spellings just for the sake of it. 2. It should be unique It's very hard in this day and age to be completely unique, so you can give yourself a bit of leeway, but your product name should at least be unique to your industry. This makes it much easier to get the domain, do well in search and know that when someone says the name, they mean your product. 3. It should be short, punchy and memorable The longer the name, the harder it is to grab people. Longer names also mean people resort to abbreviations that you often don't get to control. 4. It should look good written down and sound cool to say You want your product name to jump off the page and stand out next to all the other boring words around it. When someone says it in a sentence it should stand out so everyone around pays attention. 5. It should evoke an emotion, feeling or idea Your product name should tie back into what your product is, what the feeling you want people to have when experiencing your product is, and/or what idea are you trying to get across. It should be emotive and inspiring.