When do Logos Talk to their Audience?

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Resumé

This study is based on two experiments where the ability of a new logo to reach and audience is explored. The approach is inspired by cybernetics and is based on measuring the variation of the reception of a logo seen just once. The variation is measured as the combined variation of between-subjects (differences between individual receivers) and, in object variation which is the richness of content that is created in the message received by a single individual. A big variation between subjects means that they do not see the same and the assumption is that the message does not get clearly through to the audience. A big variation within-subject means that the individual receives a varied, deep, and nuanced message. The ability to do this rests partly on the ability to activate competences and experiences from the past and thus making sense. The findings are that few logo elements are received by audiences, but a few do. What characterizes them?
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelIdeas in Marketing : Finding the New and Polishing the Old. Proceedings of the 2013 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference
RedaktørerKrzysztof Kubacki
Udgivelses stedCham
ForlagSpringer Science+Business Media
Publikationsdato2015
Sider744-746
ISBN (Trykt)9783319109503
ISBN (Elektronisk)9783319109510
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2015
Begivenhed42nd AMS Annual Conference - Portola Plaza Hotel at Monterey Bay, Monterey, CA, USA
Varighed: 15 maj 201318 maj 2013
Konferencens nummer: 42
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Konference

Konference42nd AMS Annual Conference
Nummer42
LokationPortola Plaza Hotel at Monterey Bay
LandUSA
ByMonterey, CA
Periode15/05/201318/05/2013
Internetadresse

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Kristensen, T., & Gabrielsen, G. (2015). When do Logos Talk to their Audience? I K. Kubacki (red.), Ideas in Marketing: Finding the New and Polishing the Old. Proceedings of the 2013 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference (s. 744-746). Cham: Springer Science+Business Media. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-10951-0_274
Kristensen, Tore ; Gabrielsen, Gorm. / When do Logos Talk to their Audience?. Ideas in Marketing: Finding the New and Polishing the Old. Proceedings of the 2013 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference. red. / Krzysztof Kubacki. Cham : Springer Science+Business Media, 2015. s. 744-746
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When do Logos Talk to their Audience? / Kristensen, Tore; Gabrielsen, Gorm.

Ideas in Marketing: Finding the New and Polishing the Old. Proceedings of the 2013 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference. red. / Krzysztof Kubacki. Cham : Springer Science+Business Media, 2015. s. 744-746.

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Kristensen T, Gabrielsen G. When do Logos Talk to their Audience? I Kubacki K, red., Ideas in Marketing: Finding the New and Polishing the Old. Proceedings of the 2013 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference. Cham: Springer Science+Business Media. 2015. s. 744-746 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-10951-0_274