yahoo-800After months of speculations and anticipation, Yahoo! has finally unveiled its slimmed down logo, which is considered to be a big move in its ambitious transformation.

The new slimmer logo reminds you the fonts, which were kind of patents of 90′s, especially the  glossy fonts and stock beveled that appeared on the internet portal GeoCities, where many of us first learned to build these funny things called ‘web pages’. Unfortunately, 90’s era has passed long back and hence this logo appears to be pretty obsolete.

Set in Optima, the new logo has had bevels applied, and is a flavor of purple called Pantone Violet C. The new logo gives a distinctly antediluvian internet vibe. The logo still contains the slightly tilted exclamation point. Another thing retained is the slightly larger ‘O’ at the end of the logo.

The new emblem seems to be slimmed down, and buttoned up. It can be inferred that may be the company is trying to project a tighter, more controlled image now.

In case you dare to miss the logo, the new gif-based image in the top left corner of the screen, the playful exclamation point dances around the Y-A-H-O-O like a lost Pixar lamp looking for its home, to grab your attention.

Besides the fact that the logo had remained relatively unchanged since 1995 , it is reported that 87 percent of staff were demanding a new look, either iterative or radical.

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After months of speculations and anticipation, Yahoo! has finally unveiled its slimmed down logo, which is considered to be a big move in its ambitious transformation. The new slimmer logo reminds you the fonts, which were kind of patents of 90′s, especially the  glossy fonts and stock beveled that appeared...
<a href="http://www.grasphub.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/yahoo-800.jpg"><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-2324" alt="yahoo-800" src="http://www.grasphub.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/yahoo-800-300x225.jpg" width="300" height="225" /></a>After months of speculations and anticipation, <a href="http://www.yahoo.com/" target="_blank"><b>Yahoo!</b></a> has finally unveiled its slimmed down logo, which is considered to be a big move in its ambitious transformation. The new slimmer logo reminds you the fonts, which were kind of patents of 90′s, especially the <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeoCities" target="_blank"><b> glossy fonts and stock beveled that appeared on the internet portal GeoCities</b></a>, where many of us first learned to build these funny things called ‘web pages’. Unfortunately, 90’s era has passed long back and hence this logo appears to be pretty obsolete. Set in Optima, the new logo has had bevels applied, and is a flavor of purple called Pantone Violet C. The new logo gives a distinctly antediluvian internet vibe. The logo still contains the slightly tilted exclamation point. Another thing retained is the slightly larger ‘O’ at the end of the logo. The new emblem seems to be slimmed down, and buttoned up. It can be inferred that may be the company is trying to project a tighter, more controlled image now. In case you dare to miss the logo, the new gif-based image in the top left corner of the screen, the playful exclamation point dances around the Y-A-H-O-O like a lost Pixar lamp looking for its home, to grab your attention. Besides the fact that the logo had remained relatively unchanged since 1995 , it is reported that 87 percent of staff were demanding a new look, either iterative or radical.