Yahoo's new logo, in its home and away uniforms. Image courtesy of Yahoo After teasing people for 29 days with 29 different riffs on the Yahoo logo, the erstwhile search giant unveiled the real thing on Thursday, to mixed reviews. On the …
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 doing …
Could the purple logo to the right represent a new Yahoo branding initiative? Or just a photoshop hit job? Ben Sweat, a product manager at Snap, claims to have spotted it at the top of the Yahoo homepage in Firefox 3 this morning (see …
CLEVELAND – Late Monday night, Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue held a …
Marissa Mayer made a lot of changes at Yahoo, but one of the most noticeable is the emergence of the company's brand new logo. After 30 days of teasing new, but overall incredibly similar, designs, Yahoo unveiled its next official logo at …
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, the …
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 …
Tonight, at midnight Eastern Standard Time, Yahoo! will unveil its new logo. If you're confused—yes, Yahoo! has been "unveiling a new logo" (read: comic sans rendering of Yahoo!) at midnight for the past 29 days. It's all part of an unusual …
After months of hype, questionable marketing spend, and 30 days of ‘meh’, Yahoo! has unveiled the next big move in its ambitious transformation: a slimmed down logo. Honestly, the new logo reminds one a lot of fonts used in the 90’s, …
(Newser) – For the first time in 18 years, as Marissa Mayer notes, Yahoo has changed its logo. It's no massive overhaul, though: "We wanted a logo that stayed true to our roots (whimsical, purple, with an exclamation point) yet embraced …