There are thousands of companies marketing themselves to consumers (both prospective and returning) several times per day, all of them with their own unique logo. This infographic offers a really interesting look at the influence of colors on some very familiar logos.
I love my peeps over at Column Five, but I think they may have tipped a few many watching reruns of Diggnation. Digg? Really? By any stretch of the imagination, Digg's grave has been Dugg and StumbleUpon is the one planting flowers.
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