Instagram has introduced a “new look”, with a redesign of its logo created in a bid to unify its family of apps (including Boomerang and Layout) into a “simpler, more consistent” design.
The Premier League has revamped its brand and visual identity in a bid to shed its corporate image and focus on the people behind the sport instead, as well as create a more attractive proposition to sell to sponsors.
Despite being ridiculed, Coca-Cola has made the right branding move by using its red circle logo as a visual code on the cans of all its product variants, but with fizzy drinks declining it’s no more than delaying the inevitable.
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