Humour Me is a branded content in entertainment agency built for the here and now.
We live in an age of smart technology but archaic agencies. Agencies don’t seem to have evolved in the way they work. Our aim is not be the biggest agency but the smartest agency.
If that sounds unfamiliar, think about us this way – what if Disney or Spielberg were to create an advertising agency today? It would be the world’s greatest creative shop, because they truly understand how to capture attention, and how to stay innovative when it comes to shaping culture with their ideas and stories.
At Humour Me, our aim is to bring great ideas to life, no matter how big or small – and we do this by thinking like creators, not agents. We are artists operating in the business world to contribute with our creativity. The kind of brands that partner us are category inventors and leaders who dare to do be bold, innovative and do brave work.
Here’s a short brand film we had created in 2015 (it’s still relevant today) to understand our DNA better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8P_6k6DoZk
You can learn more about the brands we work with, and explore our work here: www.humourme.in
Design at Humour Me
Designers join Humour Me to do the most impactful work of their careers - work that moves people and creates a positive impact on society. Agencies and brands suffer from a lack of good design. In fact, many believe that the great graphic designers of don’t work at agencies. They either choose to freelance or work at boutique design studios. We don’t believe that! We believe great designers need to be nurtured, mentored and given the right opportunities for exposure to flourish. Designers can never be nurtured in an assembly line or a factory floor-first mentality agency ecosystem.
Great design is born in environments where designers feel they can dare to create work without judgement and constantly be exposed to leadership talent that can inspire them to be better each day. We want our design department to be the best in class, one that can create national and hopefully global impact with their work.
The Graphic Designer understands design principles, has a strong point of view and develops a consistent approach to the work. The Designer’s craft is fine-tuned at this level, while they bring concepts and designs to life with some oversight, and begin to learn to present their work to wider audiences.