Fast-food giant's first rebrand in over 20 years features a more digital-friendly burger logo and a custom brand font by Colophon Foundry, "Flame".
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An Amélie-meets-Norman Rockwell-meets-Works Progress Administration aesthetic that feels earthy, nostalgic, and wholesome
Looking at the New York Times identity over the years.
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In February 2016, we launched a new dynamic visual identity to reflect the ongoing evolution of Uber.In 2010, Uber launched as a way for 100 friends in San Francisco to get luxury rides-everyone's private driver. Today, we're a transportation network sp...
As a part of rebooting the company, we've redesigned the Matter logo. We needed some sort of visual signal that we're starting over. At first we investigated what you could do with the existing brand, which was designed in 2014 by Luke Hayman at Pentagram.
Since the early days at Help Scout, we've outfitted all of our blog posts with custom illustrations. While bright colors and clear theming provide something fun to look at, illustrations are much more than digital decor. Individually, they reinforce and even further develop important points in a piece of writing; collectively, they coalesce to form your brand's visual fingerprint.