A Proposed, Sans Serif Typeface For The Google Logo
We have seen a redesign of the Google logo, but Italian art director Stefano Parrone has come up with a proposed redesign that still stays true to Google’s trademark colors.
By changing the font to Source Sans Pro Regular, he has made the logo sleeker while still retaining the brand’s identity.
In addition, he’s also shown how this logo can be used on Google+ and has revamped the search engine page as well.
What do you think—is this proposed redesign better than the last one we featured?
Scroll down to view how he came up with this redesign.
[via Stefano Parrone]
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