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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Deuce Wayne, Mar 27, 2012.
Must have that 39Thirty!!
What exactly do you know about branding?
As a student and professional in both... the Titans have a terrible branding package therefore changing it couldn't be a bad think.
An identity is great. Unless it's a bad identity.
You're talking to a graphic designer.
Forgive me for understanding how great the Nike logo is.
Yeah I happen to have created a few very successful, recognizable, worldwide graphic product logos myself.
Doesn't mean I don't know the difference between acknowledging marketing genius and simply being a stooge caught up in the consumer culture..
If I'm going to pay to be a walking billboard, it'll be over something I actually am into..
... so the Nike logo ISN'T far better than the Reebok?
I wont even wear attire with logos. But yeah. Nike's logo IS marketing genius and if you deny that, you're clueless. There are few companies that have timeless logos and have kept them for near as long. Coca-Cola and Nike... you wont find 2 better brands.
Our logo never looks right on anything. lol
And yet they're consistently recognized as the most ridiculous NFL costume out there. The Marines use it to shame boot camp failures. And if anything looks juvenile at all it's the silly gloves with the logo puzzle. Completely pointless.
And Carolina is electric blue, not baby powder blue.
Yet according to you, Apple is a crap company for doing the very same thing?
You need to be more consistent.
BTW, Apple is officially a better brand now and has more cash than the US Government.
Please support this statement with evidence. I don't believe you'll be able to because it simply isn't true.
I read all those articles and the only ones that ever mention the Titans are the Bleacher Report ones written by 13-year-old boys who are scared that light blue might make them want to kiss men.
The consensus "worst" uniforms in the NFL (if there can be any consensus) used to be the Buffalo Bills. They changed them, so now it's probably the Bengals. The Titans are rarely included on those lists.