How Well-Known Logos Stack
Up: Interpreted By a Child
At Tailor Brands, we know that a logo needs to be simple,
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Logos Redesigned By a Child

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At Tailor Brands, we've asked our panel of child correspondents to take a closer look at some major logos to determine memorability and simplicity. These are the results.

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Logos Redesigned By a Child

  1. 1. How Well-Known Logos Stack Up: Interpreted By a Child At Tailor Brands, we know that a logo needs to be simple, memorable, timeless, versatile, and appropriate for the brand in order to be successful. One test of this is determining if a child can remember your logo (if you’re wondering if a child is good at remembering a brand, drive past a McDonald’s or Disney with a kid in the car). We asked a couple kids we know to look at some popular logos for a few moments and draw them for us. This is what we got. TOP 5 Some companies can keep it simple, memorable, and more in the eyes of a child, but other brands require additional knowledge of services, a more distinguished eye, and a deeper understanding of the business for their visual success. That being said, it’s not that these logos are bad! Just that they don’t immediately strike as simple and memorable, two key elements of a logo design that works.

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