The design and layout of any companies logo is given a lot of thought and for good reason. One of the most important factors that contributes to brand recognition is the company's logo. Google changing its logo seems to have sparked fervid discussions amongst all netizens.
So, we thought you might want to take a look at some other major company logos and how they've evolved over time. Here they are.
Ain't nothing fresher than than some Adidas. The 1990 Adidas logo is the best logo ever, in the history of ever.
Steve Jobs always considered simplicity as being stylish.
The logo has been brought back to its roots.
The classic BMW logo has not been meddled with much.
The badge symbol of 1906 has been brought back.
The new logo is kept less complex than the original.
Who can forget this classic?
Facebook made subtle changes to its logo in 2013, by removing the dash and changing the font.
There have been drastic changes to this symbol since its inception.
The relatively new company went for a more artistic look by having a writing font in its newer logo.
Barely noticeable, but definitely, the logo has looked more futuristic as it has progressed.
It was only in 1947 that the simple type font logo of IBM that is very well recognised came into being.
The new symbol looks a lot like Lay's symbol.
Quite a shift in design from 1966 to 1969. Not much change since.
The most well recognised symbol of Mercedes, which is notorious here for being ripped from cars, first came into fruition in 1916.
The logo has not been changed much, but as photography has gotten better, the lion in the middle has gotten more gloriously detailed.
Microsoft has historically gone for a simplistic type font symbol, while the current symbol is a lot more colourful than its predecessors.