Jan 19, 2011
The W3C Gave HTML5 a New Logo but What’s That Mean?
While the new HTML5 logo looks good, the FAQ that accompanies it is troubling. According to the W3C, the logo is “a general-purpose visual identity for a broad set of open web technologies, including HTML5, CSS, SVG, WOFF, and others.”
The logo’s not spectacular but I think it’s a good and sound design. I have a feeling however that, it may fade into the abyss. Wouldn’t you strip the logo/brand off of your site/collateral once your audience realized it doesn’t actually mean anything? Gilbertson elaborates, “Lumping everything together is as silly as a carpenter referring to every tool in their toolkit as “a hammer.” I totally agree. Read the full article here…