Mozilla created a brand new "Moz: // a" branding from last year and created a new iconography for Firefox and the many Firefox derivatives it contains. The Mozilla blog featured two competing design systems that will dictate the future look of the Firefox logo and ask for feedback on the new designs.
The blog explains the reasons for a redesign and says, "As an icon, so fast Fox with a flaming tail does not provide enough design tools to represent this entire product family, to reinvent the logo or disassemble the fox We just had to start from a new location. "Two designs were created, called" System 1 "and" System 2 ". Although there is no direct vote, you can leave a comment on the Mozilla blog with your settings. Mozilla also notes that these are not final and "Each icon will undergo several rounds of refinement or may change completely between now and their respective product launches."
For both systems, Mozilla has created a whopping 12 icons that include not only the latest Firefox derivatives, but also "all the Firefox products in the pipeline and still in the minds of our Emerging Technologies group." Each system also launches a "Masterbrand" icon that will cover the entire Firefox brand and "will appear in [Mozilla’s] marketing, events, co-branded with partners, and in places like the Google Play Store where ours Products it can be found. " While both systems still have a recognizable logo for the circular Fox for the main Firefox browser, this is not necessarily the case for the Masterbrand icon. System 1 seems to be the right way to go here and would use a stylized Fox Head as the main logo of the brand.
Regarding feedback, Mozilla asks questions like, "Do these two systems still feel like Firefox?" and "How visually coherent is everyone [system]?" You can give Mozilla your feedback here.