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Logo, signet, jingle

In everyday conversation the term logo is used for pictures related to some company or concept. People in graphic arts and marketing, however, make a more subtle differentiation.

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logo [n, neutr.]

Logo [n, neutr.], logotype


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Swiss publication Produktion+Print, Nr. 10, Oktober 1996. Definitions according to Duden / Wahrig / Langenscheidt.

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