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What You Need To Learn About Product Logos And The Impression They Show To Consumers

By Ronald Armstrong

When you see a famous logo you know it. There’s a simplicity of design to it, it is clear and eye catching and attractive. These logos make you remember a company and a product the moment you see them.

It seems like a logo is just a simple thing, so how hard can they be to come up with? Surprisingly, it’s quite hard to establish a logo in the public perception. It generally takes years of effort and millions of dollars to get the public to recognize and associate a logo correctly.

The importance of logos cannot be overestimated. Think of how many different brands and products there are out there. Now think of how many brands really stand out. If you have a truly famous logo, you can recognize it anywhere in the world, and language is no barrier.

Think of a Pepsi bottle or can. That red and blue ball is instantly recognizable by people all over the world, even if the word is printed in a different language.

Ideally you can identify a logo without having to see the name of the company or product. A well branded and successful logo has this level of recognition.

The logo that is planned is meant to reflect the product and the company and brand. It should have a feel to it that matches these things, and that will make an impression on customers of all ages. Because of this, a great deal of thought goes into logo design.

All of this work and planning doesn’t come cheap. The famous logos you are so familiar with cost thousands of dollars just to design. You’ll notice that they also tend to use a stylish font and vibrant colors.

When you see a famous logo, you notice that it is unique and holds your interest. It reflects the product and the company in a way that makes you recognize what they are about and want to buy their product.

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Armstrong, Ronald "What You Need To Learn About Product Logos And The Impression They Show To Consumers." What You Need To Learn About Product Logos And The Impression They Show To Consumers. 4 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 19 Feb 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/finance/what-you-need-to-learn-about-product-logos-and-the-impression-they-show-to-consumers/>.

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Armstrong, R (2010, July 4). What You Need To Learn About Product Logos And The Impression They Show To Consumers. Retrieved February 19, 2015, from http://uberarticles.com/finance/what-you-need-to-learn-about-product-logos-and-the-impression-they-show-to-consumers/

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