Fonts used in Logos of Popular Websites
If you are curious about knowing what fonts are used in the logos of some of the popular websites like Google, Facebook , Yahoo and others then here is the list:
Google logo uses the Catull font, Catull font has has a calligraphic feel with contrasting stroke weights and distinctive serifs. It is an eye-catching choice for both text and display applications.
FaceBook logo uses the customized version of Klavika font. Klavika is a flexible family of sans serifs used for editorial and identity design.
YouTube logo uses Aleternate Gothic font, Alternate Gothic font is a straight diagonal font, it contains a set of three condensed sanserifs fonts.
Yahoo logo uses its own custom designed font, Daniel Gauthier created the font similar to Yahoo's and made it available at DaFont.
Wikipedia logo uses Hoefler Text font, Hoeflter Text is a contemporary serif Antiqua font and was first designed for Apple Computer to demonstrate advanced type technologies.
Blogger logo uses the FF Info Display font, FF Info Dispaly font was designed for the signage at Dusseldorf Airport.
7. Windows Live
Windows Live logo uses the simple Arial font, a contemporary sans serif font. Nothing Designer or unique out here.
Twitter logo uses the modified version of Pico Alphabet Font, Pico Alphabet can be downloaded and used without any license.
LinkedIn logo uses Myriad Pro font, Myriad is a popular font for both text and display composition.
Amazon logo uses the ITC Officiana Sans font, ITC Officiana font was designed for office correspondence and business documentation.
WordPress logo uses Mrs Eaves font, Mrs Eaves is a transitional serif font named after Sarah Eaves.
eBay logo uses Adobe Univers font, Univers font is similar to contemporary and Helvetica fonts.
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Friday, September 09, 2011 written by Ankit Agrawal