Shipt comes back to earth for new logo
By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links
Delivery service Shipt launched a new look in early 2020.
The company, which is owned by Target, dropped its original logo design featuring a flying saucer in a round green circle and distinctive lettering in favor of a heavier logotype and curvy shopping bag icon.
In the new design, custom lettering create a flowing, moving feel using thick letterforms.
The logo’s feeling of movement is continued in the slightly abstract stroke that forms the suggestion of a shopping bag with a handles — that has also been recolored to a slightly richer shade of green.
This new design relies on the rather overused motif of shopping bags — rather than the more unique UFO imagery used before. It also removes the subtle reference to “spaceship” that the old look conveyed.
That said, the new look is definitely a bit more accessible and friendly.
In addition to handling deliveries from local Target stores, Shipt also delivers from Meijer, Kroger, Office Max and Office Depot, Costco, CVS, Jewel-Osco and other brick and mortar retailers in select markets.
Customers place their orders online or using the Shipt app — which is then “picked” by independent contractors and delivered to customers.
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