Feel particularly chuffed this evening after seeing the above Feedly logo animation, and video.
At the time of designing the Feedly logo and app icon I had no idea that it may eventually be animated. So to see it unfold at the beginning of this video has left me with quite a smile on my face.
If someone had asked me how I would have liked to have seen the Feedly logo animated, and if I was able to imagine it being animated, then this exact video sequence would have been how I would have liked it to have panned out.
The logo animation is brief, but the smooth laying down of the white strips on the green is just perfect in my mind, and really fits in with the initial concept and design process of this part of the logo.
I am so proud to be part of the whole Feedly experience and seeing my first ever logo animated in this way has really been a wonderful experience.
View original full-size HD Feedly Video
Feedly Video Credits
Just absolutely loving these animated logo evolutions by Nick DiLallo over on YouTube. Nick has animated the following brand logos for your entertainment: American Airlines, Starbucks, UPS, GAP (the funniest), Apple (love hearing those system sounds again!) and NBC.
Giving what's happened in the world of the JCPenny logo, would love to see the back and forth with that one as well.
They're not truly animated, as in the sense of morphing one logo version to the other, but I totally love this humorous take on them instead!
Probably worth subscribing to Nick's YouTube page incase he releases any more!
» Via: BrandNew
If you think this animated GIF showing the differences Arial and Helvetica is a little hard on the eyes, then you ain't seen nothing yet. Dare you to click on the main image below… I mean seriously, have plenty of aspirin ready, and if you are epileptic, I would advise caution!
We can thank the people over at OKFocus for putting this educational typographic mini-site: Arial vs Helvetica, together.
» Via: The Fox is Black
» Source: OKFocus
Animated movie based entirely around logo characters, logo buildings and pretty much logo everything else. There is a detailed post over at BoingBoing which is worth a read.
Logorama created by http://www.h5.fr/
The making of Logorama
The Sequel of Designer vs Client
If you have not seen the first installment of this hilariously funny animation, then head to Designer vs Client first, then come back to watch this, the sequel.
I'm just splitting my sides here...
Thanks to Steve Campbell (@Debut_Steve) for the tweet which launched me to post on IJC.
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