A logo is a symbol, a reference point and a beacon for your business. It helps to create brand recognition, and support top of mind awareness. But your logo does not drive sales.
33% of the top 100 global brands are blue. Brands like P&G, IBM, GE, HP, Ford and Samsung all use blue as their primary brand color. It’s a pretty good color. Blue connotes a company that is trustworthy, established and secure. It’s the color of big, old and professional.As a result, a disproportionate number of small-to-mid size companies default to using blue in their identities too. They assume blue is a better branding choice, because it signals they are like the big, established brands. Blue is perceived as more professional. That may be true, but blue is boring!
You were probably taught not to judge a book by its cover. But let's be frank, you do. We all do. We can't help ourselves. We judge with our eyes. Not only do we judge books by their covers, we judge businesses by their brands. What we see and experience influences...
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