Microsoft unveiled its new logo today 25 years after. This being company’s fifth logo, in its 37-year-old history.
The logo is simple, four plane colored windows similar to the Metro err, Tiled UI we have seen in most of the Microsoft Products off late, be it Mobile or Desktop OS. strongMicrosoft /strongspelled in bold, Segoe font, where F and T seem to be connected, like the old logo.
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The new logo has already appearing at three Microsoft properties
1. The Seattle’s University Village; in Bellevue, Wash.
2. In the Boston store
3. In the company’s television ads globally and will also appear on Microsoft.com
The trend started with Zune, came to Xbox 360 and then appeared on Windows Phone and more recently on Windows 8 UI and a title=”Hotmail Killed, Outlook.com launched by Microsoft, Hotmail Timeline since 1996″ href=”http://thednetworks.com/2012/08/02/hotmail-killed-outlook-com-launched-by-microsoft-hotmail-timeline-since-1996/” target=”_blank”Outlook.com/a
Check out the video presentation of the logo, look brilliant
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Microsoft has done some serious visual changes to their No-so-good-looking products and have been accepted by users, also with the Super OS (one OS for all screen, Phone, Tablet, Computer) it has hit the right node of the future, it can be argued that the Xbox is one of the best gaming console and the Windows Phone is a refreshment from the current available player in the niche.
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What do you think about the new logo?
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