Cisco, the overall chief in systems administration for the web, is named after its central command's area in San Francisco. While its namesake doesn't have a concealed importance, the blue stripes over the logotype speak to an electromagnet as well as, the Golden Gate Bridge.
Sony Vaio Visual Audio Intelligent Organizer, is known worldwide for its innovation, however not every person knows the significance behind its logo. Vaio speaks to the combination of both simple and advanced innovations in its items. The letters 'va' are made to resemble a simple wave, while the 'io' look like the numbers 1 and 0, speaking to an advanced sign or paired code.
My Fonts is an online text style asset, permitting clients to get to various textual styles. The 'My' in My Fonts is adapted to seem as though a hand, giving the feeling that clients can get their hands on whatever textual styles they'd like
This logo for Yoga Australia has a hidden gem in its negative space. In the area between the arm and the leg it’s grasping is the geographical outline of Australia.
Pinterest got its namesake from the idea of ‘pinning’ things you like to a board. To further the idea of the pin, the ‘P’ represents a pushpin. This brings together the real life aspect of tacking something to your wall and also doing it in the digital age.