The Greeks dominated the scene whenever the topic ‘history’ came up. They were the pioneers in various areas. One being logos.Many surveys show the presence of tye images of rulers in the coins used by the Greeks! Studies prove that various professions adopted symbols of their own to create a niche for themselves –tarders, goldsmiths etc. With the advancement of time, the face of the logos too advanced and took a prominent place in a company’s capital – logos being a life time investment which go along as the company grows. The place of work may change and so may its phase, there may be expansions and recessions but the company’s ethics may not and so will the logos which become the ambassadors of their work ethics!
A name, or trademark of an institution, firm, or publication, consisting of letter forms borne on one printing plate or piece of type.
A company or product identifier - for example, a representation of a company's initials or a drawing that is the exclusive property of that company. In publishing usage, a virtual equivalent to the trademark.
A recognizable graphic design element, representing an organization or product.
A symbol used as an identifying mark of an organization. The copyrighted symbol used to represent a corporation, company or individual. A word or name that's stylized in a graphic way; used to refer to standing heads in a newspaper.
A combination of characters and or graphics to create a single design that is used to identify a company or organization. it is often trade marked and is always included on all company printed materials and ads.
An identifying symbol used to advertise and promote an organization, event, product or service. Usually, such symbols combine pictorial and textual elements in a distinctive manner. When consisting solely of stylized textual elements, such symbols are referred to as logotypes or wordmarks.
A drawing, illustration, symbol, abbreviation, lettering style, or word that is legally registered by a company and used for identification purposes. Also known as "trademark".A logotype, commonly known as a logo, is the graphic element of a trademark or brand, which is set in a special typeface/font, or arranged in a particular, but legible, way. The shape, color, typeface, etc. should be distinctly different from others in a similar market