Firefox in-development versions, Nightly (the bleeding edge) and Aurora (with features earmarked for subsequent release) have also got some design love and their respective logos are now simplified with less detail and gloss just like the Firefox logo updated a few days ago.
That’s a good excuse to try Aurora or even Nightly.
Long time Mozilla visual designer, Sean Martell, has announced the evolution of the Firefox logo. As summarized in the official post, the main goal here has been simplification with fur details from the body and tail, and globe gloss removed, a brighter tail that lights the fox’s snout, and other retouches here and there.
Nothing too dramatic but a clear and welcomed update in my opinion.
Based on an original idea of Daniel Burka, sketch by Stephen DesRoches and rendering by Jon Hicks, the Firefox logo is the most recognized and valuable visual asset of Mozilla. Continue reading Say hello to updated Firefox logo