Steve Douglas on June 6th, 2007

Marketing guru Seth Godin chimes in on the Olympic Logo fiasco, the price tag of same, and a word about logos in general.

If you’re given the task of finding a logo for an organization, your first task should be to try to get someone else to do it. If you fail at that, find an abstract image that is clean and simple and carries very little meaning–until your brand adds that meaning. It’s not a popularity contest. Or a job for a committee. It’s not something where you should run it by a focus group. It’s just a placeholder, a label waiting to earn some meaning.

 

 

 

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