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Examining The Rich Energy Controversy As A Logo Design Company in Denver
If you’re a Formula One fan, then you’ve probably heard about the U.K. energy drink company, Rich Energy. More specifically, you’ve probably heard about their controversial logo. Rich Energy has gained notoriety this summer due to a copyright infringement claim against them. This controversy is one heck of a rabbit hole. The more you learn about it, the more mysterious and strange it becomes. As a leading logo design company in Denver, we wanted to examine the controversy and discuss how it could’ve been avoided.
Case Study: Abraxas Logo Design
If you recall in July we announced our new client: Abraxas Emporium & Hookah Lounge — a new hookah lounge opening up in the Denver area that will cater to geeks and gamers 18+.
Yahoo! To Launch New Logo
Last Tuesday, August 6th, Yahoo! revealed a new logo on their site. If you weren’t a fan, not to worry. Tuesday's logo was only the first of "30 days of change" where the company will show 30 variations of the Yahoo! logo over the next 30 days. The campaign is in preparation for the release of the official new logo in early September.
Corporate Identity Projects Completed
FiG is very excited to show you two recently completed corporate identity projects! One is for the Open Lotus Acupuncture & Herbs, and the other is with Denver Sports and Family Chiropractic Center!
New Client Announcement - Denver Sports and Family Chiropractic Center
FiG Advertising and Marketing is glad to work with Denver Sports and Family Chiropractic Center on a corporate identity project.
New Client Announcement - The Petroleum Building
We at FiG Advertising are very excited to announce that once the home of the biggest "Petroleum Club" in the world, the Petroleum Building in Denver downtown has become one of FiG's most recent clients for a branding strategy project! This historical building is looking for a branding strategy that speaks to both its history & pride, and the up-to-date renovations, which have replaced obsolete systems.
Brand Identity. Does your business have it?
It seems that more and more business people are straying away from their companies to start their own businesses. I don't blame them, why not become your own boss and do things the way you want to? This idea, however, can be great in theory but if you don't have the right tools to execute a proper business plan it could be fatal.