Google's had the same logo for the last 16 years. Now that Alphabet runs Google, we could be seeing more branding changes like this.
The nearly 17-year-old mega company recently joined forces with Alphabet, a California holding company owned by Google's co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, earlier this summer and we're expecting some fun changes in the coming months.
The first (somewhat) big change was actually to the Google logo itself. Google has made changes to the logo before, but this version is pretty easy on the eyes.
Here's the new version as of this morning:
This is what the logo looked like before the change:
There are a few noticeable changes like the font and matted coloring. We think it looks sharp, but what about you? Do you see the difference, like it, or don't even care?
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