Brand Marks' performance in digital media

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Daniel RaposoRicardo CorreiaRogério RibeiroJoão Neves

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to evaluate the graphic resistance and visual performance of Brand Marks in use on websites and social media. It aims to bring knowledge about the impact of digital media on the design of contemporary Brand Marks, but especially the limitations observed in the trademarks of brands originated during the 20th century or previously.Considering nowadays impact of online and digital communication, the internet of things, and the diversity of multiple screen dimensions, it is important to take a closer look at the performance of Brand Marks on websites, responsive web pages, audio-visuals, and social media.This topic is very relevant when studying or developing flexible systems of brand identification or even Brand Mark variants and respective visual guidelines. Specifically, we intend to observe how the design of Brand Marks and the digital environment compromise the graphic coherence of Visual Identity and brand identification.A systematic methodology was adopted, with a non-interventionist base, with the case study of 32 large and international brands. The results consist in the identification of a set of principles and graphic features which Brand Marks should follow to ensure its recognition, the coherence of Visual Identity and brand identification.

Keywords: Coherence of Visual Identity, Brand identification, Logotype and Symbols in Digital Media, Favicon and Digital Avatars

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1003531

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