Isn’t Google a household name? Dana Kim, on the other hand, provides this rebranding option. It does away with the standard Google colors and capitalization. Instead, the O’s are connected, and the colors are entirely blue and white. They make up the search bar. Thus all of your Google queries will take place inside the logo on the renamed engine. Aside from that, the redesign’s general vibe is somewhere between the Windows Phone OS and Facebook.
Dana Kim is a Los Angeles-based graphic designer. Her rebranding campaign revolves around a new Google motto: “increase your knowledge.” “The O’s combining also represents a connection between the user and Google, as well as the company’s commitment to interact with its users intimately.” “With the logo, I wanted to emphasize on the user’s comfort to give quick and optimum outcomes while maintaining its distinct aesthetic presence,” Kim added.