I’m not exactly sure when the change took place, but the goal has been deleted the text of your logo and is now relying on the good ole target icon (target) as captain of the ship. Does this remind you another review logo that recently took place? Well, it should be. On January 5, Starbucks announced a review logo, surprisingly, did exactly what he has done target. The text was removed from the logo and the Starbucks mermaid is now featured in all its glory.
When you mark this day and age, less is more? This is an excellent question that deserves input from designers and marketers worldwide. Hit me up on Twitter (@ TheSchoenberger) and share your thoughts. Finally, if you have the chance, visit Target.com and see what I mentioned above. Nowhere does the destination in the header and this is indicative of a strong brand and success.
There is a question was exactly how many red rings are available in this popular destination logo? The funny thing is that when asked the same question a few people actually to look for a target, everything would still not answer 2. The answer is of course one. Only a red circle if you look closely enough. Yes, there is red in the middle, but that does not count as a circle. There are only two circles. The white and red on the outside.