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|Title:||Building strong brands in Asia: Selecting the visual components of image to maximize brand strength|
|Citation:||Henderson, P.W., Cote, J.A., Leong, S.M., Schmitt, B. (2003). Building strong brands in Asia: Selecting the visual components of image to maximize brand strength. International Journal of Research in Marketing 20 (4) : 297-313. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijresmar.2003.03.001|
|Abstract:||Asian brands have often struggled to develop quality images. The visual aspects of branding have received little attention on how they might be used to strengthen brand perceptions in Asia. Guidelines for designing visual brand stimuli are developed using evaluations of logos in China and Singapore. There is a significant relationship between design and the responses companies seek, including positive affect, perceptions of quality, recognition, consensus in meaning, and feng shui. How designs are perceived, and their effect on consumer responses, were similar between China and Singapore. Companies are encouraged to leverage design to strengthen their brands. In particular, they should select logo designs that are elaborate, natural, and harmonious as these created positive affect and quality perceptions, clear meaning, true recognition, and feng shui. Many of these relationships hold in the United Sates as well, implying that the visual aspects of brand strategies may accomplish companies' goals across international borders. © 2003 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.|
|Source Title:||International Journal of Research in Marketing|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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