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wordmark

also word mark  (wûrd′märk′)
n.
A trademark consisting of a word or text sequence used to identify a company or product, for example.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-March 2, 2018-Nutriband Inc awarded US Patent and Trademark office's official trademark for Nutriband and Wordmark
As part of the continued partnership, the iconic Northwest airline's wordmark will continue to be featured prominently on Timbers game kits and club apparel.
The bright yellow hydrants with red accents had a Clow wordmark and a finely detailed Solheim Cup logo.
The Starbucks Reserve Card which features the Starbucks Reserve Logo and wordmark will be available with an initial consumable load of P300 at Starbucks Reserve stores starting Jan.
The bold and declarative look and feel of the San Francisco International Film Festival's new wordmark perfectly matches our ambitions in this marketplace and the national scene," said San Francisco Film Society Executive Director Noah Cowan.
The most visible changes to the brand are the wordmark, the Eskimo icon, and a bold, new color palette.
The renovation includes a reimagined wordmark, emphasizing the brand's signature grain-free recipes, while the cutting board features each recipe's simple, real food ingredients.
The company's new logo is inspired by the shapes and forms of brick, pipe and concrete products while the strong wordmark exemplifies the fortitude and solidarity of Forterra.
recognize the importance of the elements of shape and color in logo and wordmark design.
The new logo is a clean, modern wordmark that gives nod to the company's ability to quickly grasp clients' complex issues and "connect the dots" in building robust solutions.
STATE FARM recently began phasing in a new brand logo, evolving the company's offerings of "auto, fire and life" to a simplified three-oval design positioned adjacent to the State Farm wordmark.
The wordmark appears in bright blue and stands as the corporate brand for all Optima worldwide.