Hurry! Today only, for 24 hours, you can view the 2013 Kids Doodle for Google (Doodle 4 Google) winning entry, live on the US Google home page at http://www.Google.com.
Logos: From Static to Alive to Morphing Before Your Eyes – Part II: The Wikipedia Rebranding Project
Logos don’t dance, move or change as you view them. Or so I always thought. Imagine my surprise when I heard about a morphing logo, the first of its kind, created for Wikipedia
Today’s corporate and brand logos are like an octopus — capable of taking on new shapes and colors to fit the situation or campaign. They’re called “living logos” or “live marks.”
March 12, 2013 — Parents, grandparents, teachers… do you know any artistic kids? Then hurry! Just 10 days left in the “Doodle 4 Google” logo design competition, open to U. … Continue reading
Talk about American ingenuity. The other day I learned about a company selling an exceptionally easy-to-use Do It Yourself Logo service, online. The basic premise is that you pick from … Continue reading