Mozilla has revealed that it has been working on a new design of Firefox for the last 18 months and now it wraps off a new Firefox’s Logo. After 16 years of its launch, it is getting a complete makeover.
New Firefox’s Logo: More Fire, Less fox
The brand-new logo for Mozilla’s whole family of Firefox products looks a little like a world on fire. The orange fox stretched around a blue globe has been replaced with a sleek circular hue. The new branded logo comes with a new typeface, minimalist shapes, and a recognizable color palette
A blog post from last year has highlighted that:
the “fast fox with a flaming tail doesn’t offer enough design tools to represent the entire product family. Recoloring that logo or dissecting the fox could only take us so far. We needed to start from a new place.”
The new logo is consist of colorful gradients of orange, yellow, pink, blue, and purple. The new logo of Firefox is looking very attractive and friendly.
Furthermore, Mozilla is also working to offer a subscription service inside of Firefox. Users will get access to “premium” features like a VPN service or cloud storage via this new service. Mozilla plans to start offering subscriptions in October.
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