In March, Google hired
evangelist Guy Kawasaki
to help reinvigorate the Motorola Mobility
brand after the search giant acquired the company, and although it’s hard to say what exactly Kawasaki has contributed to the effort, he posted Motorola Mobility’s new logo on his Google+ page.
Motorola’s logo has always been cool, with a stylized “M” inside a black, red, or blue circle, and Google
has left the “M” intact with the new logo. However, replacing the colored circle is a ring, which is comprised of colored sections. Underneath, in small caps, reads “motorola”, and “a Google company” has been added beneath that.
Some will no doubt have a beef with the multi-colored ring, but it is a rather fetching look; the combination of small bits of vivid color combined with a simple white background with gray text is a nice effect.
Old and out-dated
Next, we’d like to see some redesigned handsets, please.