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About the Logo Report

The Logo Trend Report examines the logo design industry and how corporate identity is recognized and celebrated among consumers. Regardless if it is in the form of logos, stickers, slogans or graphics, a company’s success heavily relies upon the recognition of its brands. Company logos -- like the Nike swoosh or Apple’s apple -- speak to consumers in ways that extend beyond the actual product itself. They are celebrated among consumers, especially in the forms of fashion, art and graphic design. Our report looks at consumer interaction with new logo designs from companies like Pepsi, IBM, McDonald’s and Visa, as well as how to create a logo that has the potential to go viral.

Who It's For

Brand innovators, marketing managers, corporate designers and advertising executives will profit greatly from the wealth of consumer-based research in our report, allowing them to construct new and innovative approaches to grasp consumer attention through marketing, branding and advertising ventures.

Use the Logo Trend Report to discover the emerging patterns and key changes that are persuading consumers and retaining their brand loyalty.

The Logo Trend Report, last published on May 13, 2015, includes 181 PRO Trends and 905 examples of logo market research and logo consumer trends related to: stickers, labeling, branding, graphics, slogans and logo trends.

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Methodology

Our logo research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced logo articles and 2,369,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 181 Logo PRO Trends = 181 Powerpoint Pages Logo PPT Report
• 905 Logo Examples

Online Extras With Full Subscription

• 127 Logo Videos (Online) Logo Videos
• 5,430 Logo Images (Online) Logo Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Bottle, Packaging, Shockvertising, Communications, Guerrilla Marketing, Labeling, Logo, Print Advertising, Television Advertising, Billboard, Social Media Marketing and more!



Sample Logo Pro Trends

Each Logo PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online logo articles, videos and images. Examples:

Utilitarian Pop-Up Consumers gravitate to pop-up stores with a more casual approach Implications - Veering away from the flashy and prestigious, pop-up shops and venues have begun experimenting with a more utilitarian aesthetic. The focus on functionality and pragmatism in pop-up design suggests that, though still experiential, pop-up shops are considered a more routine occurrence in consumer's lives, and their aesthetics have grown to reflect that shift.
Utilitarian Pop-Up
Consumers gravitate to pop-up stores with a more casual approach
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Detoxifying Refreshment Health conscious individuals seek out earthy ingredients in raw juices Implications - In a time when consumers increasingly choose organic foods and beverages, juice brands are experimenting with hearty root vegetables as a source of flavor, detoxification and nourishment. This shift is representative of a progression in the desires of consumers to incorporate energizing and beneficial sources of refreshment free of processed sugars.
Detoxifying Refreshment
Health conscious individuals seek out earthy ingredients in raw juices
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Revamped Retiree Positive views of aging are embraced with bold representations in media Implications - No longer a subject matter riddled with fear and anxiety, aging is being embraced with a lighthearted approach in media to showcase a growing consumer acceptance. Incorporating references to modern fashion and pop culture, this shift helps to put a more contemporary spotlight on what can be thought of as an out-of-touch generation. This suggests a shift towards a more positive view of old age.
Revamped Retiree
Positive views of aging are embraced with bold representations in media
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Embodied Fitness Consumers search for fitness routines that better reflect their personalities Implications - No longer satisfied with the generic gym environment, younger consumers are opting for fitness routines that are both experiential and personalized to individual taste. This shift indicates that the rise of fitness culture is not uniform, but contains within it many specialized services that appeal to a much younger and hyper-individualized consumer.
Embodied Fitness
Consumers search for fitness routines that better reflect their personalities
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Exotic Brew Tea packaging adopts bold, abstract designs to reflect unique ingredients Implications - Recognizing the appeal of exoticism, tea brands are moving away from traditionally straight-forward aesthetics toward more unconventional designs. Using abstract shapes and dark colors to reflect equally unique ingredients, tea brands are looking to not only delight taste buds but also pique consumer interest with visual novelty.
Exotic Brew
Tea packaging adopts bold, abstract designs to reflect unique ingredients
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Ethical Couture Consumers are choosing sustainability over luxury in terms of packaging Implications - Fashion packaging has often centered around offering consumers a luxury experience. However, many retailers have been making the switch to eco-friendly packaging alternatives that are less about delighting consumers, and more about communicating a sense of ethics. This shift indicates that premium products are becoming less about a luxury aesthetic, and more about a powerful ethos.
Ethical Couture
Consumers are choosing sustainability over luxury in terms of packaging
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Social Vending Vending machines encourage social interaction in exchange for goods Implications - Moving away from paying for goods with money, vending machines are integrating elements of social engagement as an alternative form of payment. Dispensing goods in return for engagement, these machines are using interactive and heartfelt experiences to boost consumer-brand interaction.
Social Vending
Vending machines encourage social interaction in exchange for goods
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Tech Mimicry Consumers opt for packaging that references the style of technology brands Implications - Industries outside of the technology sphere, such as food or fashion, have adopted a tech-focused style of packaging in order to better appeal to the modern consumer. This shift in packaging reveals not only the universality of technology, but the cult-like status it has achieved among consumers, who closely identify with the aesthetics of their favorite brands.
Tech Mimicry
Consumers opt for packaging that references the style of technology brands
4 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 175 more Logo PRO Trends and 905 examples!



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