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What does IBM’s line-filled, square-ish and blue logo look like? It is designed to look like an equal sign in a math equation. The equal signs are there to represent that fact that IBM is fair and equal in their dealings.
FED EX ARROW!!!1!!1
Check out that white space there between the capital E and the lowercase x in the FedEx logo. You will probably see an arrow, facing forward. The forward-facing arrow is meant to let you know that FedEx is always looking toward the future for the next big thing and is always moving.
Make complete sense.
and I even looked at the logo but never saw it and assumed it was just some in joke.
But now I see it!!!
Most people notice the smile, right away, in Amazon.com’s logo. The smile lets customers know that they are welcomed and valued by the company. But notice the smiley’s placement. It also forms an arrow that points from A to Z. That’s because you can find everything, from A to Z, at Amazon.
Makes perfect sense
asynchronous API POST? MQ?
The golden double arches, as we all know, represents the company name. The color of the M itself resembles the color of McDonald’s French fries. Psychologists even say that this logo may remind customers, subconsciously, of teats.
We love that colorful peacock! Think that the rainbow feathered bird was not chosen on purpose? Think again! RCA Victor was once owner of NBC. They also manufactured color television. A logo with a lot of color allowed viewers to see all the colors on their TV sets.
Notice that the Toyota logo is made out of three ovals, total. Each of these ovals represents something that is important to the company. Firstly, progress in any sort of tech. Secondly, the customer’s heart. Thirdly, the product’s heart. Having these things overlapping means that these things intersect in Toyota’s company mission and philosophy.
YOU WON'T BELIEVE THEIR REASONING
The next time you are on Google, take a look at the colors of their logo. You might notice the 4 main primary colors. Also, one secondary color. The secondary color breaks up the primary colors. It is meant to symbolize that fact that Google appreciates fun and thinks outside the box as a company.
That's exactly what I think when I see their logo...
but it's how McDonald's M looks like boobs.
the research to back it up
See that anchor? Looks like a nautical metaphor (`Drowned` etc.) but, look again. It represents safety and security. And you can always be safe and secure on drownedinsound.com with its high quality music content and excellent social forum banter.
Also see the word `Sound`? Indicates that it's a music website. But, look again. It represents an acute soundness in high quality web functionality backed up by excellent long-term revenue streams.
how an oval represents the customer's heart etc. I can imagine a big meeting where the marketing team come out with this bollocks while everyone nods along. It is just a nice logo ffs.
a bear hidden in the mountain logo on a toblerone
a goggle wearing doughnut eating unicycle riding bear
with a jet pack
Everyone knows that Apple's logo is a simple apple with a small bite taken out of it. But keen-eyed observers will notice that the bite in fact changes size from year to year. This, insiders say, is not only meant to represent Apple's fluctuating market share (the bigger the share, the bigger the bite) but also how close Apple employees feel they are to attaining perfection as a people.
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