Good product names have some qualities in common. They are easy to remember, easy to pronounce and create the right associations
for both costumers and consumers.
How to make good product names?
Good names can be created in several ways. I create them from a number of catchy syllables that gives the proper associations
and positive feelings. It can be difficult to create 100% generic product names because different products benefits from
Words like: tech, tex and lab are good words for electronic gadgets. But the same words should be used with care in the food
industry. Food product names could benefit from names like: fresh, eco and soft. Words that wouldn't fit very well into
a financial product.
How does the generator work?
The Product Name Generator use lists of generic short words, abbreviations and syllables. The words are combined in different
combination to create new words and names. All words and syllables are handpicked to be either prefixes, base name, suffixes
or maybe all of them.
If you get a name you don't like or your think will send the wrong signals. Just hit the generate button again and let the
generator make a new one for you.
Of course a product generator like this one, can't really create a 100% serious product name for you. But it definitely can
help the creative process, and help you and your team getting new ideas for brand and product names.
The generator can also be used to come up with a fake brands. Fake brands can be used for books, articles, reports or every
where else in writing where you can't use the real brand name.
More about brands
Read much more about
brands and concepts, branding and labels at the wikipedia. Lots of background, history and info about brands and branding.
You can find and generate more cool brands with the
brand name generator. It makes cool and catchy brands that are easy to pronounce. Hosted by the business generators
- a new website dedicated all kind of business naming and business related generators.
More about cool brand names
"You can't buy cool, you can't sound cool!"
Branding: trying to be cool. Article with focus on cool and branding, and why you can't buy coolness.