When is less, more? Some brands could arguably benefit greatly from a scaled-down facelift, removing all but the most basic artwork from the brand or the packaging. But change can be dangerous, and unwelcome. Certainly retailer Gap had to return to consumer cap-in-hand when they attempted to fiddle with their logo. And now Starbucks, the ever-present coffee store, has also decided to alter their logo, removing the words “Starbucks Coffee” from it for one thing. What do you think?