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 undergoing since the …
Yahoo! is changing its iconic logo for the first time in almost two decades. For the next 30 days, until its unveiling on Sept. 4, the Internet search giant will feature a different logo on its home page. One of them will replace the current …
As I reported — in the broadest sense of the word — earlier today, Yahoo was set to unveil its new logo tonight. The last redesign of the iconic Silicon Valley Internet brand was in 2009, and this new one came after a forced-fun, 30-day …
Yahoo, a $10 billion company with a hideous logo, had not changed said logo in 18 years. So when CEO Marissa Meyer and a design team set about the task of coming up with a new logo, they had a lot of requirements. In a post on her …
It’s been a long thirty days, but Yahoo has finally revealed its new logo. Along with acquiring companies left and right–as part of massive re-branding campaign, injecting a new, hip and fresh visual under the influence CEO Marissa Mayer, …
Microsoft's new Bing logo brings the search engine in line with the look of Office, and also heralds the introduction of a new interface and new features. Gone is the rounded, bubbly typeface, replaced with a new angled appearance that …
Yahoo has released its new logo. It will begin appearing on company properties tonight, according to a post on the company blog. “We wanted a logo that stayed true to our roots (whimsical, purple, with an exclamation point) yet …
Yahoo launched its new logo today. The company is sticking with a design similar to its former logo, but giving it a “more modern” look with san serif font and noticeable dimension changes. The logo had not been updated in 18 years. The …
Yahoo! unveiled a new logo this morning after 30 days of teases from the company on what it would be. It's not receiving the best reviews. CEO Marissa Mayer "geeked out" about the logo in a post on Tumblr, in which she writes, in part: On …