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The logo—Mozilla’s first update since 1998—replaces the “ill” within “Mozilla” with the “://” of a URL, neatly incorporating the organization’s dedication to keeping the internet open and accessible. It’s a literal approach that could help increase the organization’s name recognition for those who aren’t familiar with it outside of its browser Firefox. The company chose the logo from a pool of seven concept designs created with the branding agency Johnson Banks. Mozilla’s creative director Tim Murray told Co.Design that this web-centric identity is meant to “show that Mozilla is indivisible from the internet.”
From Brand New: Last month, without much fanfare, Facebook introduced a revised version of its “f Logo” which is meant to be used to promote an organization’s or person’s presence on Facebook. Along with the new “f Logo” also comes an official brand page and a revised set of icons for all the different services/pages found throughout the Facebook universe.