11 comments

  • Mo BaghdadiMo Baghdadi, 1 year ago

    Nice, I like. It's not a complete rebrand but an evolution of the brand.

    8 points
  • Ktrn DsrsKtrn Dsrs, 1 year ago

    There is this little vintage aspect in the colors and shapes that looks great. This is a great rebrand according to me.

    4 points
  • A. DeWittA. DeWitt, 1 year ago

    I can tell I've been deep in the muted-color craze for a while: the new full red on their site is killing my eyes.

    ex: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/game_night_2018

    2 points
    • James LaneJames Lane, 1 year ago

      The header of the site doesn't feel right to me, with two lines of links on the right hand side, but only one link on the 2nd line!

      0 points
  • Cody IddingsCody Iddings, 1 year ago

    Even the update to Franklin Gothic Book over what was presumably Arial before is tight and welcomed. Instead of a huge web rebrand, we get small, incremental changes and I look forward to further work from RT.

    1 point
  • Mick NMick N, 1 year ago

    This is a great example of a well executed rebrand. Giving the logo a modern look without removing the character & the fun of the original logo.

    I'm looking at you Crumpler / Yahoo / etc etc…

    1 point
  • Erin GwozdzErin Gwozdz, 1 year ago

    Going to be incredibly nit-picky here...but I wish the "certified fresh" icon was a little more noticeable compared to the regular tomato. At 16px they look too similar.

    1 point
    • Steven CavinsSteven Cavins, 1 year ago

      Agreed, and compressing the giant logo into the tiny tomato doesn't seem like the greatest choice either.

      0 points
  • Andrew-David JahchanAndrew-David Jahchan, 1 year ago

    Love it.

    0 points
  • Philip LesterPhilip Lester, 1 year ago

    It feels modernized yet familiar. It's incredibly tough to do an evolution like this without losing the soul and personality of the previous, but imo they nailed it.

    0 points
  • Randall MorrisRandall Morris, 1 year ago

    Im sure an entire article in DesignWeek where the author's name and company are both in the headline/sub-head is great SEO. That said... Who cares?

    0 points