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What does your company’s logo say about your business? If you don’t have a logo, or you’ve never stopped to consider that question about your current logo, you could be missing out on an important way to connect with your customers. Even the simplest logos speak volumes—that’s why there are some logos that are so deeply associated with their brands that people know what they stand for even if the name of the company is not there. In this increasingly digital world, logos matter now more than ever, as customers spend more time looking at images on websites than they do reading the text.
Some businesses assume that a logo is just something that major brands need, but in reality, logos carry great weight for businesses of all sizes. Nothing sets a tone for your brand’s identity in the mind of consumers quite like a logo, and if yours works well, just the color combination and shape of your design will remind people about your business. If designing your logo has been on the backburner, you could be missing out on these benefits:
There are endless design characteristics that can impact the brand message communicated by a logo, but color is one of the most impactful. The colors of successful logos weren’t chosen by accident, but rather were carefully selected for the sentiments they invoke.
The impact of color isn’t usually something that consumers experience consciously, but lengthy research into color psychology indicates that the moods created by different colors are real. The colors in your company’s logo should align with the identity you want to create.