The creative team is spread between various Mozilla offices and home work spaces across North America, so when we do get together in person the level of activity is fairly…busy.
Posts by John Slater
Every interaction people have with Mozilla is an opportunity to help them understand who we are and why our mission matters. To make the most of these moments, we’re creating a new Mozilla logo that will represent our values and … Continue reading
Following up from my previous post, here’s another time lapse look at some of the logo explorations happening for the new Mozilla logo. Enjoy the video, and stay tuned for more!
As mentioned earlier, we are working to expand and evolve Mozilla’s visual identity over the coming months, and the centerpiece of the project will be a new “living” logo. Right now we’re still in the early stages of brainstorming ideas, … Continue reading
Mozilla is a dynamic, unconventional, innovative organization working on a variety of initiatives to make the Web better for users around the world. In other words, we have an interesting story to tell. However, from a visual identity perspective our … Continue reading
(graphic by Sean Martell)
Today Mozilla launched a brand new version of Firefox, with a completely revamped look and dozens of feature enhancements. It’s unquestionably the best Firefox yet, which of course meant we in the Creative team had to raise our collective game … Continue reading
Note: This post was written by, and details the work of, Matt Ternoway. As a designer and self described brand junkie, I obsess over the fine details that create consistency in a brand. Things like logo placement, kerning, breathing space, … Continue reading
Looking back over 2013, the project that really defined the year for me was launching Firefox OS on three devices in 14 different countries (to be accurate, it was a series of many projects rather than a single one, but … Continue reading
2013 was a very big year for Mozilla. And, as people across the organization focused on blowing minds at Mobile World Congress, launching Firefox OS in countries around the world, inspiring Mozillians at three simultaneous Summits and many other projects … Continue reading