2016 Campaign Logos: Hillary's Bold H
With every new candidate who joins the race for the presidency, we get a new logo. Each is an image that is meant to evoke an idea, convey the essence of the candidate and his or her vision for the campaign. We asked design expert Sagi Haviv, a partner at the brand identity firm Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv and an instructor at the School of Visual Arts,to put politics aside and take us through what works graphically and what doesn’t in an attempt to answer two questions: what idea is this image meant to convey and how successful is it in its attempt?
If it’s Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, it’s MTP Daily.
The best moments from Meet the Press in under two minutes. We call it Compressed.
Watch the full Meet the Press interviews.
Meet the Press’ deep dive into the numbers and statistics that can drive political and social campaigns and conversations.
Meet the Press isn’t just on Sundays. We’ve got video insights and analysis all week long.
Meet The Candidates
Catch up on all of the Meet the Press interviews with the 2016 presidential candidates.