Logo changes are common and many of our favourite brands have changed their well-loved logos at least once since their founding. Some brand logo changes were for the better but some were so poorly designed that it felt as though the brand lost its heritage and personality.
Most people would only notice if Coca-Cola changed their logo but Pepsi? Pft, who would bother?
You use it pretty much every day but did you notice that Facebook changed their logo? Not convinced? Look at the letter “a”.
Although it may seem like nothing much, but Yamaha changed their logo from blue to a bright red.
The Visa that we once knew is no more. It has been replaced by blue Visa logo with a slight colour gradient.
Google once made headlines when they changed their logo by moving the letters “g” and “l” slightly to the right. However, this time, it is a huge change. The logo now looks more rounded and soft.
It was time that they moved the red banner to the middle.
Don’t you think that the new Oxford Dictionaries logo looks like the Beats by Dre logo except in light blue?
Perhaps only Reebok would have realised this but it is a pretty significant change, no matter.
Nike completely removed their brand name from their logo and that’s completely fine because their “swoosh” is now so well-known that it needs no introduction.
Gap made a silly choice by changing their logo to the one on the right in 2011. However, after a week, they switched it back to the original upon realising their grave, grave mistake.