Gap insisted the new logo was a “a more contemporary, modern expression.”
Now, Gap is scrapping the modern and going back to the tried and tested.
“All roads were leading us back to the blue box, so we’ve made the decision not to use the new logo on gap.com any further,” Gap said in a statement.
The clothing retailer aggravated hostility to the new logo when it asked the public to suggest new designs.
The only problem was the company gave no guarantee it would pay for any suggestions it liked.
“We are clear that we did not go about this in the right way,” Gap said. “This wasn’t the right project at the right time for crowd sourcing.” ( dailyfinance.com )