Mozilla has a new logo
The Mozilla, which has the well known Internet browser, The Firefox, under its roof, announced about six months ago that it will deliver its new logo and rebrand identity to its users. The organization has asked the users to communicate their designs and ideas that can be used as a draft function, and they will leave the final touches to the professionals.
Evaluating a variety of options, Mozilla finally opted for a design that could be described as “too simple” for the new logo.
New logos written in small letters use “:” instead of “i” and “//” instead of “ll”. The result is a logo “moz: // a”. It would not be too much to say that this choice strongly shows Mozilla’s connection to the Internet. After all “http” is written on all internet pages, “: //” symbols are added. This is a reasonable logo quality for a company that keeps one under the roof of big internet browsers.
The new logos of the organization were prepared with the motto “Protocol”, which was previously introduced by the company. The logo “Zilla”, designed by Typotheque, a Dutch font design agency, was used.