There is a whole lot of online image editors. Some are very simple and only allow one to crop or rotate and image. Others are super powerful, almost replacing all of the Adobe PhotoShop functionality. There are also a few which are in between and were built for a very specific purpose or two.
DesignEvo is an online image editor which was built with one purpose and one purpose only – help you create a unique logo for your project or business. It’s super simple to use, yet the results are better than what most non-technical people can achieve with a fully featured image editor.
I played around with it for just a couple of minutes and this cute variation of the Qobo logo came out. I liked the rich selection of icons, fonts and shapes, as well as a super simple set of controls for colors, image sizes, and positioning.
If you are in need of a quick logo design, give it a try.
Facebook Visual Identity – a fascinating story of how Facebook’s visual identity changed over just a few years, and how much effort went into this. It’s always interesting to see what goes on behind the curtains, as the gradual changes of tiny little details are often difficult to spot.
GitHub Explore daily email brought in this awesome repo today. It’s a collection of high resolution web browser logos with transparent backgrounds.
It’s not just the five or six major browsers. The collection covers more than 50 (!!!) different browsers, with different logos for different versions. This is one and only place to go for when you need that “Best viewed in Internet Explorer 6” sign.
If you enjoyed “Ads gone wrong” from the other day, you’d probably smile at Logos gone wrong.
I was just walking by this one, but sun came out from behind the cloud and made the whole day better…
Album location: /photos/2006/2006-02-06_POTD