It gave the old Mozilla logo a new look last fall when it replaced it with a new wordmark-style logo after a seven-month search. two rebrand proposals include a new Firefox logo, new icons for the three main browsers (Stable, Nightly, and Developer), new icons for its niche browsers (Focus, Reality, and Rocket), but also a generic style for logos for upcoming projects. Mozilla designers say these are not final versions, and tweaks will be made to the current proposals. They are now asking users to post their opinions about the two proposals as comments at this blog post.
Designers said they’re interested in answers to basic questions, such as: Do these two systems still feel like Firefox? How visually cohesive is each of them? Does each hold together? Can the design logic of these systems stretch to embrace new products in the future? Do these systems reinforce the speed, safety, reliability, wit, and innovation that Firefox stands for? Do these systems suggest our position as a tech company that puts people over profit?