Brands have evolved from words and pictures into a collection of experiences and interactions that builds personal, lasting connections with people. A company’s logo, perhaps its most distinctive asset, has the ability to evoke feelings and emotions, whether or not consumers are familiar with the brand. Companies that want to achieve desired brand perceptions must be aware that the logo is a critical piece of the branding mix that needs to be optimized using a balance of art and science.
Logos Now study reveals how consumers perceive logo styles and attributes, and also reveals which logos are most memorable. It’s important to note, however, that this is not a blueprint or algorithm for brands to employ when designing a new logo and visual identity. Rather, it is a fact-based guide that provides benchmarks against which companies can evaluate the effectiveness of a logo, and make informed decisions about how to design them.
About this study
Logos Now sheds light on the impact of memorable logos and how logo styles evoke brand perceptions and personalities for consumers, providing insights on how to :
Written by Siegel+Gale