Twitter unveiled its new logo last week, and while the blue silhouette technically stood for a bird, others saw it differently. Illustrator Ape Lad drew just a few of them.
BTW, Twitter’s new taking flight Twitter bird logo is created from “three sets of overlapping circles” and they are meant to represent users’ networks, interests and ideas connecting with others. You can check out Twitter’s introductory video below.
Starting today you’ll begin to notice a simplified Twitter bird. From now on, this bird will be the universally recognizable symbol of Twitter. (Twitter is the bird, the bird is Twitter.) There’s no longer a need for text, bubbled typefaces, or a lowercase “t” to represent Twitter.
I like this new logo of Twitter, take-off and fly!
Businesses communicate with their consumers as well as with everyone else with their logos. At least, for the first time, we see a business through its logo. A company without a logo will raise questions about the nature of its business. Logo creates an identity of a company in the minds of its consumers and this is the most important part towards the wellness of that company. Now, the most important question »
So it is safe to say that everyone gets what these logos represent, right? Well not always as we can see in this video with a 5-year old.