20 Facts about Bill Gates House

20 Facts about Bill Gates House
August 06 10:40 2017

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You see them everywhere. Some are just plain and straightforward, and you could easily name the brand upon looking at its badge. Each logo speaks volume about the brand, however. Those who fully understand the company’s history will be able to recognize what message is hidden beyond the lines and curves that customers get to see in each brand’s trademark. Looking at the thirty logos below, what was your initial perception of the company?

1.) Hyundai

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What is most recognizable in the logo of this South-Korean company is the first letter of its name. In reality, the letter “H” represents two people (a client and a representative of the enterprise) shaking hands.

2.) Adidas

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The company’s name came from that of its founder, Adolf Dassler. Though its logo has changed over time, each of the revision includes three stripes. Its current badge is three lines drawn at an angle and forms a triangle.  These lines represent a mountain or the challenges that every athlete has to overcome.

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3.) Apple

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Apple logo’s designer, Rob Janoff, explained his idea in an interview. As he was breaking down the image of an apple he bought as his inspiration for the badge, he took a bite out of a piece.  Then, he realized that “bite” sounded as computer term “byte.”

4.) Vaio

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Timothy Hanley created this logo for a sub-brand being used for many of Sony’s computer products. The first two letters of this badge symbolize an analog wave; the last two represent a digital signal. The two symbols taken together account for the integration of analog and digital innovation.

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5.) Amazon

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It may seem that there is nothing special about Amazon’s logo. However, like many other badges, it was designed with the brand’s philosophy in mind — providing customer satisfaction (orange arrow forming a smile), and providing every product imaginable (curved arrow stretches between the letters “A” and “Z”).

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