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Redesigned Google Logo Features Blended Gradients Instead Of Stark Color Blocks
By Dorothy Tan, 17 Oct 2017
Google’s colorful ‘G’ logo is one of the most recognizable and powerful brand marks in the world today, so it is not surprising that many designers have tried tweaking it in concept projects.
Based in Alexandria, Egypt, designer and digital creative director Moe Slah’s concept redesign of Google’s famous ‘G’ icon received quite a bit of attention online recently—at first glance, one could easily mistake it for the actual Google logo.
However, on closer inspection, it would become clear that a significant change has been made—in contrast to the original’s clearly defined colored segments (red, yellow green and blue), the colors now blend into one another to form a rather seamless spectrum.
In addition to redesigning the logo, Slah has also given Google’s user interface a makeover—we particularly like how, in his version of Google Image, the background would auto-complete with a high quality picture that matches the user’s search keyword.
Scroll down to view more images of this Google concept project—do you think Google should consider updating its UI to something like this?
Check out more of Slah’s work on his portfolio page.
[via Moe Slah]
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