Visual Identity: Promoting and Protecting the Public Face of an Organization: Promoting and Protecting the Public Face of an Organization

1st Edition

Susan Westcott Alessandri

Routledge
Published October 15, 2009
Reference - 176 Pages
ISBN 9780765622679 - CAT# Y184759

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Summary

Brands, companies, and organizations, much like people, have personalities, and most of what we know and think about their personalities comes through visual identity. A visual identity is the strategically planned and purposeful presentation of the brand or organization in order to gain a positive image in the minds of the public, including - but not limited to - its name, logo, tagline, color palette and architecture, and even sounds. This practical guide explores visual identity from an organizational brand perspective (corporate, non-profit, etc.), rather than a product brand perspective. It not only helps readers to understand the meaning and value of an organization's visual identity, but also provides hands-on advice on how to promote and protect the identity. Each chapter draws from current research and also contains real-world examples and case studies that illustrate the key concepts.

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