Logos in the News

•  The royal cypher of King Charles III has been released. It was designed by the College of Arms, which was founded in 1484 and creates and maintains official coats of arms.


New bank notes that carry the mark will enter circulation in mid-2024. Other official uses, such as on post boxes and livery, will be introduced gradually.




• Suzanne LaBarre, editor of Co.Design, has shared an thought-provoking article titled, “Why Corporate America Broke Up with Design.”


Design, in the time of ascendance of Apple’s sleekly designed products and marketing, appeared to clients to be the secret to guaranteed success for any product or service. But today, other factors, such as sustainability and accessibility, are becoming more important to consumers.


“Companies may have no choice but to adopt a more expansive view of design,” LaBarre writes.




• The NFL’s recent special-edition logo, issued for Latino Heritage Month, has received a very cool reception. The details: a yellow squiggle was added atop the “N” to form an “eñe.”


The league’s explanation: “This shield integrates an unmistakable Latin flavor, is fundamental to our always-on, 365 day initiative. The electric brush stroke of the ‘eñe’ is filled with an infectious personality that is carried out through the rest of the look and feel.”



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