Google has announced a change to the letter shapes of the Google logo, in the midst of a series of changes.
Coming hot on the heels of Bing and Yahoo changing their logos, the new Google logo, which has been rumoured by Ars Technica for weeks, sees the bevelling and shadowing of the old logo gone, replaced with a flat image.
before and after logos from Ars Technica
At the time, a spokesperson told The Verve that the flatter design would only be used in instances where the beveled logo may not display well.
However, in a blog post by Eddie Kessler, tech lead / manager at Google, said the company had “refined the colour palette and letter shapes of the Google logo. We'll be rolling out this update across most Google products over the next few weeks, so keep an eye out and let us know your thoughts.”
The company also announced the launch of an updated Google bar to ‘streamline’ user’s experiences across products and devices.
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