While it feels as if the entire world is up in arms at the moment following the unveiling of the new Microsoft logo which happens to be its first redesign in about 25 years. Feelings are mixed and some Apple fanboys are complaining how awful it is while the Windows freaks are falling head over heals in love with it. That is the problem with with opinions, everybody has one.
Social Media Wall: The Mobile World Congress touts that if anything is happening in mobile, it can be found at MWC. In addition to all things mobile, another thing at this year’s MWC was the Microsoft Social Balloon where they displayed the social happenings from the congress and the show floor. Besides the balloon being such a unique social wall, the styling is so on-brand & the social posts mimic the Microsoft logo and platform look-and-feel that without having to say it is a
A Timeline of Microsoft's logo changes. Check out the SlideShare presentation about the new logo's design ethos: http://www.slideshare.net/davidvkimball/an-admirers-interpretation-of-the-microsoft-logo
International buyers listen to a speeck in front of a Microsoft logo during the Computex tech show in Taipei on June 4, 2014. More than 1,500 exhibitors, including some of the world's leading technology brands, will set out their stalls at Computex in the capital, with 130,000 visitors expected for the five-day event. AFP PHOTO / SAM YEH (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)