Did you see the new Google logos?

Wed 27 May 2009 09:26, Bas van den Beld

It was a short post on the Google blog and to be honest, I hadn't noticed it until Marissa Mayer mentioned it. But Google has apparently changed some of their logos.

Google Labs, Google Moderator and Google Code are amongst the services which are first in the rolling out of a new logo design. Google hopes "this design freshens up our look as well as improves consistency and ease of use across our sites."

Did you see the new Google logos?

The new designs are standardized to be the same size and color wherever they appear. The new design should make it more obvious for the user to see which of the Google site you are on and make it more clear in which country you are using the service.

Mayer says the new logos will be rolling out to Google Maps, Google News, Google Docs and more over the next few weeks.

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