At their root, logos are made to identify. Through the use of images, icons, marks or symbols, logos identify companies or products in the most basic way. Immediately when a user views a logo, he or she can connect it with the brand it represents.
If you’ve ever been involved in development of a corporate tagline, you know how excruciating the process can be. Arguments over even a single word can erupt into weeks of committee work.
Yet somehow, the great brands make it look so easy.
A brand is your point of different opinion or unique selling proposition: what sets your company apart from the others? What makes your brand special? What makes your brand the one to choose out of the plethora of “similar” options?