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Logos 2006

Intel, AT&T and Kodak, all three changed their logos recently. Even Hutch, provider of GSM mobile services changed its 'orange everything' to 'pink everything'.

I might have found these "swanky" new logos thoroughly disappointing but who's complaining. The corporate suppliers are surely in for some serious money now with new business cards, letter heads, and all the stuff that would have to be done sporting the new logo.

My quick thoughts:

AT&T: Everything lowercase is not always cool.

Intel: The least horrible change of all three, mixing the 'Intel Inside' and the intel original logo.

The less said about it, the better.

What next? Which company do we have next going for a new logo, a new image? Microsoft, or Yahoo! with its all new taste for tagging? btw, which logo redesign did you like the most?


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