30 Spectacular Examples of Web 2.0 Logo Designs


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Ayaz Malik

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  1. ann summers discount code says:

    Great collection.The best feature of Web 2.0 design which impresses us is the logo design capability.we can design significant large logos which is very important for brand promotion. This can easily capture the eyes of our viewers.

  2. David LaSpina / JapanDave says:

    Found this from Digg. Some nice designs you included there. Wow, I wish I could get someone to design my site logo this nicely :)

    Nice post.

  3. Freelance Logo says:

    These are really awesome examples of Web 2.0 Logo Designs. Thanks for sharing.

  4. online kids games says:

    impressive collection. I like the logo 02am.info best from the list. I like the curves and colors. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Sean Kinn says:

    I guess I still don’t understand what makes a logo “Web 2.0.”

    I read thru the list at this link, as well, and still cannot make heads nor tails of it:


    My understanding of Web 2.0 is that other people perform the work:

    – Forward the logo with a link attached as a form of viral advertising.

    – A wiki logo that changes on an hourly / daily basis as the world updates it.

    Stuff like that …

  6. Tina says:

    Nice logo designs. Great collection.

  7. Hermitbiker says:

    …. a fantastic collection of Web2.0 Logo Designs…. thanks Ayaz !!

    1. Ayaz Malik says:

      Your welcome HermitBiker :) and thx Tina

  8. Buddy Beers says:

    Loving these posts. In the process of tweaking our logo and these are really inspirational!

  9. creagreen says:

    Great collection. Its very helpful for inspiration in web 2.0 logos. Thanks a lot!

  10. Tyler Zimmerman says:

    I think a lot of the logos in today’s modern world are too much technical looking. Yes I understand the concept of the 2.0 logo but simplicity is the key to a great logo.

  11. sagar says:

    great coolections

    1. Tayyab says:

      Very Well Said, Sagar!

  12. R.A. says:

    Wow, some of those logos are terrible. (No offense to the designers.)

    Although there are a couple good ones, almost all of these could use major improvements. Here are some of the worse ones:

    H2O logotype: Will this scale well? No. Reboot.

    AdeohMedia: 100% unreadable. It looks like mediadesign is the company name, with a gigantic maze of pipes below it. Reboot.

    WinterhalterMusic: It’s falling over backwards! (And what’s with the reflection below the text? It adds nothing, and makes it harder to read.) Reboot.

    Joomlaeg: WAY too much going on here. We have a symbol (very similar to the AVG logo I might add), some eyeballs, AND an exclamation mark in place of the lowercase “L”. And of course we have all kinds of random colors. REBOOT.

    Internet Data Technology: The slanted “IDT” just doesn’t fit with the rest of the logo. The “shadow” is a distraction and isn’t needed.

    Inverse Interactive Logo: The first one was actually a good logo. Why anybody would want to turn it into a distracting, unoriginal, and imbalanced rubbish heap is beyong me. This one wins the “worst logo of the month” award.

    Some of the ones that aren’t quite as bad are:

    -Xenia Corporate Services (although that type of symbol has already been done a million times)
    -CollectiveFeedback (the second one I think is perhaps the best logo in the entire collection)

    I get the feeling that at LEAST half of these logos were designed by people where English was not their first language.

    1. Tayyab says:

      Thank you for reviewing the post so deeply. I don’t think think that even if a designer’s first language is not English, still he can’t compromise on readability. I think the “first language” issue doesn’t play its role here, its just that designers did want their logo like this to make it unique and out-of-the-box.

  13. orm tools says:

    Great examples! I love the font in the “inverse” logo…

  14. creative says:

    ‘Let us touch you’ – possibly the best strapline I’ve ever read!!

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