Associate Director of Content, Strategized Initiatives That Increased IMPACT’s Website Traffic From ~45K to ~400K
April 17th, 2021
It’s old news by now -- design is absolutely essential in communicating messages and emotions in your marketing.
The psychological impact of color in particular is a popular topic and design consideration for most marketers (especially when it comes to conversion rates), but unless you are a designer by trade or an art lover, it’s unlikely that you’ve thought deeply into the effects of shape.
Like color, shapes have emotional connotations and can trigger different images and memories in people’s minds. For example, think about the shape of a heart or a star:
These shapes make you feel things; they elicit emotions.
Companies like yours can easily capitalize on these inherent effects to communicate your brand and values through your logos, but in order to do that, you first need to have a thorough understanding of the most common interpretations of different shapes.
50% of the world’s most admired companies have rectangular logos
22% have squares
20% have circles
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