Mozilla Firefox Is Looking To Update Its Logo
Mozilla’s Firefox is looking to rebrand and there are a lot of options on the table
You might have heard of Mozilla’s Firefox before. It used to be bigger before Chrome came in to sweep the market a few years ago. Some of us here at The Sitch used to use it back in the day and while it may not be as popular as it once was, it still holds its place as the fourth most used web browser, right after Internet Explorer. And even if you've never personally used the web browser before, you’re probably familiar with one of the two logos the company has had since its inception back in 2002.
In a blog post released earlier today, Mozilla Creative Director Tim Murray stated how Firefox has evolved into multiple projects (ranging from Firefox Rocket to Firefox Reality), so it’s now in need of a design or designs that help communicate its multiple facets.
While the company has already shared a few potential designs, they have noted that they’re all still work-in-progress and nothing is final as of yet. In addition to asking the community for feedback, they’re still looking to make slight adjustments and tweak the logo set over time. Or they may just dump the whole set entirely; things are still a bit up in the air.
The two “systems” below depict one “Masterbrand” logo and 11 auxiliary logos. The masterbrand logo would, of course, be the primary one used on the site while those underneath it would be used to identify particular products.
While the team over at Firefox is still working through the possible brand identities, it’s for certain that Mozilla’s Firefox is looking at getting a new logo, if not several sometime soon. Let us know what you think of the potential rebrands in the comments section below and be sure to subscribe to The Sitch for more logo updates and other entertaining reads.