New Microsoft .NET Logo!

Microsoft announced a new logo for the .NET technology, if you’re wondering why change a logo? Well here’s the answer: The original .NET logo was designed just before Forum 2000. It was designed to be attached to other Microsoft brands as a suffix. The result was a logo that did not stand well on its own and […]

Microsoft announced a new logo for the .NET technology, if you’re wondering why change a logo?

Well here’s the answer:

The original .NET logo was designed just before Forum 2000. It was designed to be attached to other Microsoft brands as a suffix. The result was a logo that did not stand well on its own and lacked impact.

We needed a logo that was in sync with the key values that we want .NET to stand for: consistency, robustness and great user experiences. We also wanted a logo that conformed to the design principles that are driving Microsoft’s brand identity evolution and is reflected in newer brands such as Silverlight, Surface and more.  Finally, we needed a logo that is more strongly aligned with the portfolio of brands that .NET is most strongly aligned with: Silverlight, Visual Studio and our server products.

Vertically Aligned Horizontally Aligned

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