July 26, 2006

Famous logos, web 2.0 style

Writing about web page http://yh.yayhooray.com/web20logos.html

Web 2.0. It's all about participation, about the web as a platform, about harnessing collective intelligence, right? Wrong. It's about looking as though you're web 2.0. And that means pastel colours, gradient fills, curves, reflections and shiny corners. So what better way to pay tribute to this magnificent trend than to redo the logos of famous companies in finest web 2.0 style. Here's one to give you the idea; there are dozens more if you choose to click.

Click for so very many more


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  1. Steven Carpenter

    He he – it appears that all you really need to do is add 'beta' to your current logo. add some shine and away you go!

    26 Jul 2006, 21:17

  2. Seems Flickr has recently pre–empted this and shifted to Gamma! Sounds vaguely hazardous.

    26 Jul 2006, 22:51

  3. Steven Carpenter

    Maybe we should go for Sitebuildr, Blogbuildr etc.? :–)

    27 Jul 2006, 09:22

  4. suzzy

    Hmz..Its looking good. Here are some more famous logos redesigned in web 2.0 format

    http://www.logoblog.org/wordpress/famous-logos-in-web-20-effect/

    15 Nov 2007, 09:52


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