Did you know these 7 brands have also changed their logo?

Google changed their logo the other day. It was a simple shift from a serif font, to sans-serif (Product Sans, if you’re interested in what font Google uses), to bring it into line with a more modern look. They also wanted to make it appear “simple, uncluttered, colourful and friendly”. This comes only a month after Google’s announcement to create a parent company, Alphabet.

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But if we’ve learnt anything from Google’s logo change, it’s that people HATE change. #GoogleLogo got trending on Twitter pretty quickly, with lots of people opposed to the change and many staying it had been infantilised. But Google aren’t the only company to undergo a complete logo makeover…



Airbnb changed it’s logo in an effort to create something which symbolised that it’s not only a company, but a community. What a lovely sentiment, until the Internet had to go and ruin it by pointing out that it looks like both female and male reproductive organs. Thanks, Internet.


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When Foursquare and Swarm separated into two distinct apps, it’s logo had to change. Their new one looks like a cross between a map pin and a superhero symbol.

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PayPal’s switched to some more vibrant colours as well as making their font bolder. The overlapping Ps supposedly emphasise human connection.

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Visa has also changed their logo, ever so slightly. The gold flick on the V has gone, and is replaced by a darker blue gradient.


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Moving away from the Hollywood style font, Netflix opted to switch to a lighter background with red text. I’m just going to put it out there, I preferred the old one in this instance!

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Similarly to Google, Bacardi have switched to a contemporary sans-serif font. They’ve also changed the bat to a much cleaner design.

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The World Wrestling Federation changed it’s logo to a crisper, more professional looking design, ditching it’s old scratched version.

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So Google’s not the only company who have changed their logo recently. What do you think? Do you think it’s necessary for brands to change their logos every once in a while, or should they stay the same?

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