What hidden theme does tweeters new logo represent?

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Tweeter has changed its logo. It is almost same to the older one. But the newer one is vivid and more eye catching. Can anyone tell what hidden theme does the new logo represents?

Answered By 0 points N/A #152280

What hidden theme does tweeters new logo represent?


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What hidden theme does tweeters new logo represent?


During the 2012 unveiling of the latest redesign of the Twitter logo, Doug Bowman, Twitter’s former creative director, said “Twitter is the bird, the bird is Twitter.” Unlike the previous logo that has a tufted head and sometimes accompanied by the company name, the new logo resembles a mountain bluebird with a drop of hummingbird thrown in.

Twitter Bird

It now has a beak and body that point toward the sky in what Bowman called “the ultimate representation of freedom, hope and limitless possibility.” The current logo is simply known as the “Twitter Bird,” unlike the previous versions when the company was launched in 2006 where all of which were named “Larry the Bird” after the Boston Celtics legend.

Simon Oxley, a British graphic designer who has since produced many mascots for online companies, created the original “Larry the Bird,” to which the present icon bears a little resemblance. The blue bird was just one design he offered for sale on the iStock website in 2006 where someone at Twitter bought it for around $15.

But since companies are not allowed to use iStock images as official logos, Twitter later left Oxley’s bird behind. The original design for the first in-house bird logo of Twitter was done by Biz Stone, a company founder. They came up with the initial design then fine-tuning it by 2009 with the help of a designer named Philip Pascuzzo.

After a year, they created another version of the logo, where its cartoonish features silhouetted away, which was eventually further streamlined by Bowman into its present form.

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