Google’s decision this week to make the most significant change yet to its iconic logo in 16 years set off a fury of responses online: 9,500 comments on Google’s blog post, countless tweets and articles for and against the redesign
But arguably no one had a more personal reaction to the logo change than Ruth Kedar, the graphic designer who created the original logo in 1999.
“I am the quote unquote mother of the previous child who has gone away and come back in a slightly modified form, so I’m adjusting to that,” Kedar said in a phone interview with Mashable on Wednesday
She refuses to cast judgment on the design changes too quickly. “I’m still wrapping my head around it.” …
Via: Mashable: Business