A freelance semiotician and cultural insights expert in San Francisco, Ramona has pinpointed key language and imagery, crafted brand strategy and inspired innovation for established brands in the consumer packaged goods, apparel, technology, spirits and beverages, beauty, healthcare and food categories. Ramona has a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, with a focus on cultural studies and visual communication. Earlier in her career, she worked as a producer for television, and spent almost ten years as researcher, advertising and brand strategist for a global corporation.
San Francisco, US
Ute Rademacher is a business psychologist, marketing-oriented semiotician and a certified business coach. She founded the agency COLIBRI Research in Hamburg, Germany, in 2007. Her passion is to marry the personal dedication of a small agency with the international perspective of a global network. In 2008, Ute was involved in WeJane’s global initiative to gather and decode Bag Stories from Stockholm to Shanghai.
Joshua Glenn is an editor, publisher, and a freelance writer and semiologist. He's cofounder of the websites HiLobrow, Significant Objects, and Semionaut; and cofounder of HiLoBooks. In 2011, he produced and co-designed the iPhone app KER-PUNCH. He's written and edited several books, and is a former newspaper columnist and magazine editor. In the '90s he was co-producer of the DIY and online social networking website Tripod.com, and he published the zine Hermenaut. He's worked in commercial semiotics, as a US cultural coding expert, since 1999. He does business as KING MIXER, LLC.