There has been plenty of buzz around the tech blogs lately about the design changes at Microsoft. After the redesigned Windows logo was released back in February, several other logos have been leaked and other have been officially released by Microsoft, all designed to fit with the new "Metro" design language. This week saw a major such logo change, as Steve Ballmer unveiled Office 2013 on Monday, June 16.
The last Office logo was unveiled in 2009 and created for Office 2010. It used a modified version of the mark introduced for Office 2003 that replaced the puzzle piece icon.
The new Office logo was first leaked by cnBeta, the same Chinese website that leaked the Windows 8 logo. And what is the new mark supposed to be? There doesn't seem to be any official description, but previous unconfirmed report have said both open door and abstract O.
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According to company legend, the founder of the the Kellogg Company, William Keith Kellogg, initially signed each Corn Flakes package personally, to show that it was a genuine Kellogg product. A touched up version of his signature eventually became the company logo. Now, the company has started introducing an updated version of the wellknown signature, created with Interbrand.
This is not the first time Kellogg's changes its logo. The Kellogg's signature we recognize started becoming standardized in the late 1910s and 1920s. After that, it has gone through occasional minor changes. The version used until now was introduced in the 1970s.
However, this latest change is greater than any of the previous updates. Some of the thicker parts of the signature have been made somewhat smoother. The most noticable change is that all letters, except the K, are now joined together. The imaginary person who wrote the previous signatures always "lifted his pencil" between the second L and the O and between the two Gs. The trademark K has changed the least, with the most noticeable alteration being that the stem is now connected to the rest of the letter.
The change will probably go by largely unnoticed by almost all Kellogg's costumers. Most people would probably have to be told the logo had changed in order to notice it. And that is somewhat intentional, as the update is part of a marketing push that is said to refresh the brand "in ways consumers will continue to relate to".
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The Prolific Evolution Of The 3M Logo Design Evolution of the 3M Logo Design – 1978 (above) Hey hey! We start this incredible logo evolution of the 3M brand with the most recent which was introduced back in 1978.
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