SUNNYVALE, Calif. – Yahoo has adopted a new logo for the first time since shortly after the Internet company's founding 18 years ago. The redesigned look unveiled late Wednesday is part of a makeover that Yahoo Inc. has been …
Yahoo! earlier today revealed the fruits of its month-long logo labor: a new, still-purple Yahoo! with an animated exclamation mark (H/T Tumblr), no more serifs (H/T Optima), jaunty curves (H/T humans), and some nice Y-fronted 3-D …
A poll indicates that more than two-thirds of people prefer Yahoo's day 10 poll over their original logo. Take a look at both logos below. The day 10 logo is on the left, while the current Yahoo logo is on the right. The polls were created and …
Last month, Yahoo said it would introduce a new logo but keep its infamous exclamation point. Today, after 30 days of showing off alternative versions of its badge, the company has delivered. Here’s the new logo that the 18-year-old …
At midnight, Yahoo unveiled its new logo after 30 days of zany decoy versions. It's a staid little number, the main surprises of which are its intense new shade of purple, an ever-so-slight serif, and an odd architectural shadow effect. …
And Yahoo’s new logo is …. After teasing everyone who ... the other with white letters on a purple background. The original logo is to the right. It turns out that CEO Marissa Mayer herself was heavily involved in the redesign. As she …
As Ad Age (and everyone else under the sun) has reported, Yahoo has a brand-new logo, part of the 18-year-old portal's way of acknowledging the changes at the company under CEO Marissa Mayer. What reports didn't say is that Ms. …
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer is very proud of her new logo up there—she made it herself over the weekend! And somehow made the company look more dated than ever. It also represents a Yahoo! that has little idea what it's doing, if it's …
In an initiative called "30 Days of Change," Yahoo will debut a different version of its famous purple logo across its …