Slightly modifying brands and logos is probably not a big deal …glutera
that is, if you’re a small business owner on the World Wide Web.
However, for a conglomerate such as Facebook that has over a billion
users (and growing) worldwide, it warrants public attention, especially
since the old icons have been a mainstay on the site for years.
What changed? jual glutera murah The new Facebook logo becomes even more simplified with
the removal of the blue line under the Internet-ubiquitous “F” symbol
we’ve all become well-acquainted with. The letter is still lower case,
but it’s closer to the edge of its confining box.
If you’ve been watching Facebook like a hawk for new upgrades and developments – Graph Search, new Timeline, new News Feed, Facebook Home …
we can go on and on – then you’ve likely noticed the logo change, among
many other things. In fact, given Facebook’s attempt to redefine,
refocus, and enhance your social networking experience, you would have
expected the change. Updating the look and feel of everything
Facebook-related seems to be a given agen glutera.
For a quick look, we’ve collated the old profile photos used by
Facebook’s official pages, namely Developers, Privacy, Security,
Universities, Mobile, Non-profits, U.S. Politics, Facebook Live, Sports, and Journalists:
Here’s a look at these pages’ newly updated, more streamlined, and more modern profile photos:
All the new logos adopted the Facebook blue background for a cleaner,
more standardized appearance. This design decision seems to be in line
with Facebook’s initiative to “de-clutter” your News Feed and provide
you with a more organized interface that will keep you coming back for
more. “The updated logo reflects the simple, clean design we emphasize
across the entire Facebook platform,” a Facebook spokesperson confirmed
with Digital Trends. jual glutera
Anyone who wishes to use the Facebook logo for their own purposes is welcome to do so through the Brand Permissions Center. It currently still offers the old version, but it should update soon. In fact, Facebook’s official Twitter page already did.