moz://a: Mozilla’s New Logo

Mozilla's new logo uses lowercase letters and replaces the "ill" with common URL schema notation to arrive at "moz://a". The logo can be presented in one of 9 pastel colors.

Mozilla, the organization behind the open-source Firefox web browser, has released what their new logo will look like:

Mozilla's new logo uses lowercase letters and replaces the "ill" with common URL schema notation to arrive at "moz://a".

The logo uses a custom designed font called zilla and can be used with a range of 9 different pastel colors (they have yet to reveal which color is to be used for each context):

Mozilla's new logo uses lowercase letters and replaces the "ill" with common URL schema notation to arrive at "moz://a". The logo can be presented in one of 9 pastel colors.

Various different Mozilla organizations can use taglines and images below or next to the logo as long as it uses the same pastel color scheme and non-bold font:

Mozilla's new logo uses lowercase letters and replaces the "ill" with common URL schema notation to arrive at "moz://a". The logo can be presented in one of 9 pastel colors with images and taglines next to or below the logo.

The new design was presented after it asked the community for input. The new theme appears to have a very urban influence that reminds me of graffiti combined with an early 2000s style of font and use of solid backgrounds. There is also a YouTube video introducing their new style and logo after the link (the video is unshared as of this post date so I will not embed it here):

Arrival

 


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