• ChrisArchitec t, 12 months ago

    3ddc84 is the new a4c639


    3 points
  • Nikhil VootkurNikhil Vootkur, 12 months ago

    I'm curious as to why the wordmark is not set in Google/Product Sans? It just seems that this could have been an opportunity to make Android's brand more consistent with other Google Products — especially as Google is now focusing more intently on unifying their product suite (i.e. Google Nest).

    2 points
    • Weston VierreggerWeston Vierregger, 12 months ago

      I think they want to "distance" the Android brand from the Google brand. It's not "Google Android" or "Android by Google", it's better from a brand perspective to keep Android as "it's own thing" that Google puts it's own services in. Technically, Android is just an OS that can run on products without any Google affiliation. Similar to Youtube, or Waymo, or Nest.

      1 point
      • Nikhil VootkurNikhil Vootkur, 11 months ago

        That's fair. It just seems as though they could have taken advantage of the situation and pivoted towards the "ecosystem" argument.

        0 points
  • ChrisArchitec t, 12 months ago

    colour change? hmm It's not easy being green

    2 points
  • Steve O'ConnorSteve O'Connor, 12 months ago

    3ddc84 on #fff = basic color contrast fail

    Great start.

    0 points
  • Dan GDan G, 12 months ago

    it's an improvement, and it's well done, but it's also very close to spotify imo

    0 points
  • R. KamushkenR. Kamushken, 12 months ago

    is it just a brand retouch or something new to UI ?

    0 points