The Mozilla Foundation is most well known for Firefox, the popular web browser, but it makes many other products too: Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, BugZilla, and a programming language, Rust, among lots of other things. After seven months of public consultations and submissions, the non-profit organization has launched a new brand identity, named 'the Protocol', to push forward in the heavily congested market that is apps and services, and signalling the renewed focus on the internet. Read More
Asterisks are serious business. It appears that LastPass was hit with a trademark lawsuit about its logo last year (personal theory: maybe from Asterisk.org?), forcing it to change its brand's identity. The asterisk had to go so the company looked at the visual interface of password fields and saw that dots were now the norm for hiding passwords, not asterisks.
That's where the new logo was born from. The signature red color remains, the black/red logo is also alive, and the font appears to be unchanged. The only difference is that the 4 asterisks have switched to three dots and one vertical bar — the latter isn't explained by LastPass. Read More