Catchword’s Laurel Sutton quoted in Washington Post

Catchword in Washington Post
Catchword's very own Laurel Sutton was consulted by WaPo reporter Hayley Tsukayama on Samsung's selection of "Bixby" for its new AI assistant. If Samsung has its way, we’ll all be bellowing voice commands to “Bixby,” the company’s new voice assistant....
By |March 28th, 2017|CatchThis News, In-the-News, Product Naming|Comments Off on Catchword’s Laurel Sutton quoted in Washington Post

Why Samsung’s name for its personal assistant may twist quite a few tongues

Catchword in Washington Post
If Samsung has its way, we’ll all be bellowing voice commands to “Bixby,” the company’s new voice assistant. Yet Bixby could be hard for some users to call upon because of the placement of one letter: the “x.” The “x” in...
By |March 23rd, 2017|Catchword in the News, Product Naming|Comments Off on Why Samsung’s name for its personal assistant may twist quite a few tongues

Tiers of Pain: Many Companies Mess Up Product Naming Hierarchies

Many companies offer tiers of products for the customers, but creating a coherent product naming scheme for the various tiers is difficult. The names of a hierarchical product line have to be distinct so as not to be confused, and...
By |December 3rd, 2015|Branding, Language Use, Naming Tips, Product Naming|Comments Off on Tiers of Pain: Many Companies Mess Up Product Naming Hierarchies

Beyond the Edge of the Galaxy: Name Review of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

Early yesterday, Samsung made a surprise announcement that they would be releasing two new oversized smartphones, the Galaxy Note Edge and the Galaxy Note 4. The Android-based Samsung Note phones have already been pushing the boundaries on phone screen size...
By |September 4th, 2014|Name Reviews|Comments Off on Beyond the Edge of the Galaxy: Name Review of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge