- n. marketing A logotype; a standardized graphic representation of the name of a company or product used for purposes of easy identification. It is is often text with unique typographic treatments. Usually the company name is incorporated together with simple graphic treatments, so that the representation of the word essentially becomes a symbol of the company.
- n. computing A bit in each memory location on some variable-word-length computers (e.g. IBM 1401, IBM 1620) used to mark the end of a word.
- word + mark (Wiktionary)
“The original Capitals wordmark is featured on the front of the jersey with six stars above it and five stars beneath the numbers on each sleeve.”
“The initial one, a initial home uniform, is a sleveless indication featuring which CHS wordmark which a Clarksville coaches love. we interconnected this a singular with a black CHS cap. we consider if any group is doing a redesign, they should have a pinstripe option, so which is my initial home alternate, as great as we interconnected which a singular with a purple duke cap.”
“(Trivia-question answer: Google uses a 1982-vintage font called Catull for this "wordmark.")”
“And if one were to take the time to wander through the official Federal Identity Program Manual -- which I just did, took all of 5 minutes -- there's absolutely no mention of "Canada's New Government" being an official wordmark.”
“Canada's New Government" was an official wordmark?”
“You know, the one that doesn't mention "Canada's New Government" as an official wordmark?”
“Notice, LuLu, Taylor's claim that it "was" an official wordmark, not that it necessarily is one now.”
“Canada's New Government" was an official wordmark of the Government of Canada, not of the Conservative Party of Canada.”
“I was going to slowly and lovingly eviscerate this rubbish, but as I was subjecting myself to the unspeakable horror that was the comments section, I ran across this gem from Taylor himself: "Canada's New Government" was an official wordmark of the Government of Canada, not of the Conservative Party of Canada.”
“I know a lot of pro-aborts were looking to see if the wordmark was on this year's banner.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘wordmark’.
I'll describe it once it begins to take shape. But I'll explain the name: it's a reversal of what happened when the Americans changed the name of Thomas Keneally's novel to Schindler's List.
Looking for tweets for wordmark.