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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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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.
The lens within the Beroe wordmark, for example, represents the focus Beroe brings to their procurement partners' strategies through deeply focused category knowledge.
Silver chinstraps with black braid design along with a Fiji wordmark adorns the pilot hat.
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.
The Friendster wordmark is housed within a green "word cloud.
But the real indicator of what's inside, also part of the cover title, is an unobtrusive logo of three interlocked rings and the wordmark "Ricordi a Bertelsmann company.
The new brandmark consists of a bespoke wordmark and Mindshare''s new partner symbol.
The new Damac wordmark and identity symbolise reflective luxury - a symbol of Damac reflecting the desires and wishes of its customers.
The new cover design and wordmark are fresher-looking, offering more flexibility graphically.