If you're thinking of "Firefox," you're probably thinking of something that looks like this:
Or maybe something like this:
This logo (or an iteration between the two) was the logo of the browser was launched in 2002, says Mozilla .
In a blog post about "the evolution of the Firefox brand," Tim Murray, creative director at Mozilla, outlines the company: Firefox is not just a browser now. With side projects such as Firefox Rocket (the company's low bandwidth connection browser) and Firefox Reality (Firefox, but for Virtual Reality), the company needs a bit more leeway with its design language.
While they shared a few Works-in-Progress-Potential logos, they were quick to notice that none of them are final. They could adjust things over time (and ask for feedback) or just go all together on the drawing board.
The whole thing may sound a bit up in the air now, and that's usually deliberate ̵
The work was presented in two possible "systems", each consisting of a "Masterbrand" logo and 11 auxiliary logos. The main brand would be the primary used to represent the brand as a whole, while the ones below could each represent a single product.
The two new "systems" of icons:
If there is a choice between the two systems, I like System 2 – but me have