Hello, everyone! We knew that you guys must be waiting for an exciting and super useful blog of ours so, here we are and we can’t wait to share this extensive collection of logos, marks and symbols to inspire all of you. But before we do that, we would like to take a moment to quickly thank you for the love & support that you shower us with and for always making sure that you are not only reading our blogs but you are also sharing them with the people that you love and care for. And we would love to see more of that happening in the future as well.
We are sure that you guys are familiar with what a logo is and how you can create one to make it represent your brand or personal identity in the public as well but as far as the marks and symbols are concerned, we would like to briefly share what they are and how you can create them for your personal and commercial projects and also achieve your business goals effortlessly. Make sure that you guys read the blog till the very end to know more and design better!
Okay so, to better understand what a mark is, it is important for us to share the differences between all three design elements which are a logo, a mark and a symbol.
A logo is created to represent a brand, an individual, an organization or even a product for that matter. With a logo design, you make it easier for your existing and potential audiences to differentiate between you and the rest of the brands that exist under the same category of business. A logo is extremely crucial for a brand’s identity and if it’s a good one then know that it also has the power to efficiently foster brand recognition. On the other hand, a logomark is an image that is specially designed to represent a brand or company but usually, a logomark does not have the name of the brand attached to it.
We would also like to mention here that since logomarks are independent in their capacity, they allow the designers to utilize them in situations where the entire brand identity is not required to represent the business, etc. For example; a logomark can be very easily used for app icons, product branding and even for digital & social media branding as well.
In this part of our blog, we will share what symbols really are and how they help a business in creating brand recognition. In easy to understand words; a symbol is a design element that represents your brand. Allow us to also share that a symbol can be both literal or abstract, depending on the context of how a brand wishes to incorporate symbols into its branding, etc. A quick guide to understanding the difference between literal and abstract symbols is that you can think of Apple and the symbol of an apple that literally represents the brand. And anyone and everyone who comes across just the symbol of Apple would know which company the product or communication belongs to. Now, think of the Mercedes-Benz Star! The three-pointed star represents the brand’s strong commitment to making vehicles for land, sea and air. Sounds super interesting, right? We thought so too! 😀
That being said, if you guys are planning to revamp your already existing brand identity or if you are working on launching a business this year, then feel free to have a detailed look at all the logos, marks and symbols that we have included in this blog for your eyes. We would like you all to allow your creative juices to flow in the right direction so that you can create impressive designs and also achieve your business goals like never before. Oh, and keep in mind that the sky is the limit so be as creative as you can be and you will be good to go!
That is all, folks! We hope that you had a great time reading this blog and if you did, then don’t forget to let us know which logos, marks & symbols you liked the most in the comments section down below. And while you are at it, we would like you guys to share the blog with your friends, family members, acquaintances, etc. as well so that they can check out the extensive logo, mark and symbol collection and create their designs like a pro. Lastly, feel free to share your special requests with us as well so that we can start working on them and be back here super soon with your requested content and more. Until then, keep reading our blogs and sharing them within your personal and professional circles.
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