LogoDesign.net Names the World's 5 Worst Logos: Verizon, Cardinal Health, Foxconn, Alphabet, and Prudential plc
Philadelphia, PA, October 26, 2018 –– LogoDesign.net, a three-step platform for searching, customizing, and downloading over 5,000 logo images, announces its 2018 Annual List of the World's 5 Worst Logos.
The "winners" are:
Verizon: A red checkmark, which is as common as it looks, and looks nothing like a symbol for a Fortune 500 telecommunications company.
- Cardinal Health: An abstract version of a wingspan, with three curvilinear lines on the left and four on the right. It looks more suitable for an airline than a health services provider, though this bird does not fly.
- Foxconn : Its name in Encapsulated PostScript, which looks as inviting as an abandoned apartment building in Chernobyl. No wonder workers jump to their deaths.
Alphabet: Its name in red. Forget "Don't be evil." The logo should say: "Don't be creative."
- Prudential plc: A drawing of the face of Prudence. This goddess looks like a man, baby! The company needs to hire a new artist.
"These logos are primitive, cheap, and embarrassing," says Janil Jean, Director of Overseas Operations for LogoDesign.net. "Each one neither denotes what a company does nor connotes feelings of loyalty, warmth, and value. Children can produce designs far less crude than these 5 failures."
Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, LogoDesign.net is a free tool for creating a premium logo in minutes. Users can also format branding graphics for printing, packaging, and display ads, as well as materials for website promotions and social media marketing.
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