Google and the Tyranny of Good Design

“The Google logo — that scrap of oddball typography — is perhaps the most famous piece of graphic design in the world today. Milton Glaser’s ‘I ‘Heart’ N

“The Google logo — that scrap of oddball typography — is perhaps the most famous piece of graphic design in the world today. Milton Glaser’s ‘I ‘Heart’ New York’ may have a prior claim, and the Coca-Cola script, the Nike tick (or swoosh) and the Mercedes roundel undoubtedly enjoy greater global ‘penetration’ (to use the aggressive language of marketing), but for the web-surfing millions, the Google logo occupies a position of unrivalled prominence.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE