Gigabyte is a broad spectrum computer paraphernalia brand. Located in Xinbei City, Taiwan. Founded by Pei-Cheng Yeh. It has been on the market since 1986.
Meaning and History
The parent company launched the logo almost simultaneously with the manufacturing plant. The developers focused on clarity, alignment, and geometric accuracy. To do this, they used bold and sans serif capital letters. Under the word Gigabyte, they placed the second part of the brand name – Technology. It is made in smaller capital letters.
Another option contains not only verbal but also graphic elements. Particular attention is focused on the uppercase “G.” Its lower right corner has been cut off, and a small isosceles triangle has been added. This makes the brand name recognizable and stylish.
Font and Colors of the Emblem
The designers tried to emphasize the Taiwanese company’s main features – precision, individuality, responsibility, reliability, and professionalism. For this, strict lines were used both in words and in graphics.
The big letter “G” looks modern – both in geometric proportions and in color contrast. The triangle gives the logo stability, energizes, reflects stability, and demonstrates strength. All elements are placed on a white background, colored blue and red.