In a world run by online sales, there are a very select few companies that have managed to stay alive. Best Buy being one of them. Born in the 80âs and thriving during the 90âs-00âs Best Buy is no stranger to keeping up with the latest trends in technology. All this being said, theyâre logo has felt outdated for quite a while.
This logo screams 90âs. The letters arenât centered nor straight, and the colors are wildly blunt. Itâs safe to say that they needed an update. They tried back in 2008 to update their look, but unfortunately failed for some unknown reason. Now, theyâve taken a new approach to rebranding themselves, and itâs finally taking with their audience.
They definitely took a minimalist approach with their simple, straight text. The background colors closely match their uniforms, but theyâve still kept the classic yellow tag.
The company currently possess over 1,000 stores. This could mean a lot of money into rebadging all of them. Best Buy seems to have a lot of confidence in this new look. Theyâve taken a company that has literally been around through the golden age of video games and the birth of modern technology and given it a new face.
âFor the first time in almost three decades, weâve updated our logo. Itâs now more modern and easier to read, especially in todayâs digital world.â
ââBest Buyâ still appears in bold, black font, but now it resides outside of our signature yellow tag. The tag serves as graphic punctuation and a visual connection to our history.â
These statements were given at a press release. Itâs clear that theyâve put a lot of thought into this new logo. Afterall, it has been 30 years since theyâve done any updating. Or even changed it at all. In fact, theyâve never changed it. Itâll be interesting to see how their customers react to the changing of their very familiar face.
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