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Tag: LOGOS

Ask DLS: why is every damn web browser logo round?

Maybe you noticed this ages ago, but the thought just occurred to me (and most of the rest of our crew after I pinged the list) this afternoon. Why is it that every web browser has a round icon/logo? Don't get me wrong - we kicked it around on the list and there's the obvious roundness in the phrase World Wide Web. But is there any other sector where the iconography is this uniform? Netscape...

Logoease: quick and easy logo creation

Logoease is a simple, web-based logo-creation tool that offers basic stock clip-art and fonts. You start by choosing a logo image from a general set of categories, and then you're taken to the main editing screen where you can add text and arrange your logo. You can add up to five lines of text of various fonts and colors, and you can change options like bold, italics, and font size. Your logo...

What's Free to Go Web 2.0?

A couple of years ago, I wasn't completely sure what Web 2.0 was and sought an education. Robert Scoble, here to keynote for ConvergeSouth, sat at my kitchen table and answered the elusive question in a single word. "What's Web 2.0? Widgets." Suddenly, it made sense. Web 2.0 is the interactive Web (so sayeth Dave Winer and he should know) and widgets – a play on our old Econ 101 class'...

Cant get enough Web 2.0?

Web 2.0 logos, they are everywhere these days. As discussed in a post last month, we went over the differentiating features of so-called Web 2.0 logos, and how to create them, from their smooth glossy finish, to their subtle shadows. Now there is Web2Logo.com. A website dedicated to showcasing all that is the official look of the new web. Upon entering the website, you are hit with 50 of the most...

Web 2.0 logo redesign experiment

Web 2.0 has its very own special look and feel to its design, and especially its logo designs. A smooth glassy look, with brighter colors are often the easiest ways at identifying these W2 companies. The design forum Yayhorray, has a smooth thread on right now, with members tag teaming logo redesigns of famous brands, conforming to the standard Web 2.0 style. They have done everything from Adobe...

Picking a font for your Web 2.0 logo

Closet typography geek that I am, Logos of Web 2.0 at Stephen Coles' FontFeed blog tickles my fancy. He's dissected a few dozen Web 2.0 logos that you might recognize from this image that's been floating around and picked out some font trends. If you need a logo for your newest start-up, it's veritable guide to making a modern web site logo. VAG Rundschrift and Arial Rounded Bold are particularly...