Social Media has become an indispensable part of our lives. No matter what your age or profession is, you use various social media platforms to connect with your kith and kin and even with the entire world. With the invention of smartphones, apps became pre-eminent due to their user-friendliness. Every social media app has a distinctive logo design that sets the mood of the respective app. Well, today I am going to throw some light on logo designs of your favourite and famous social media apps.
How can we not talk of Facebook if we are discussing the logo designs of social media apps? Facebook has the simplest wordmark logo design with a classic colour combination of white and blue. It is often said that the choice of this colour combination is influenced by the CEO, Mark Zuckerberg’s red-green colour blindness. Whatever the reason might be, the colour combination suits the logo design so well that we can’t imagine Facebook’s logo in any other colour scheme.
The Snapchat logo resembles a cute ghost aka Ghostface Chillah. The logo gives the concept of the app which is to delete everything after a few hours. Yes, if you’ve ever used Snapchat, you already know that Snapchat deletes every photo and messages after a while just like a ghost disappears in thin air!
Remember the Twitter bird? Well, the bird has a reason to exist in Twitter’s logo design. As you know, people tweet their ideas and opinions on the platform and what symbol can describe this transmission of ideas better than a little bird?
There’s not a single person in UK who does not use WhatsApp for calling and messaging. The logo conveys what the app is all about- calling and messaging. The logo design contains a phone receiver inside a conversation bubble and both of them convey what the app is all about – calling and messaging.
Which logo design is your favourite? Tell me in the comments. To get exciting logo design packages, visit Logo Design UK.
Author Bio: Hi, Olivia Ellis. I am a graphic designer and a professional blogger. My blogs focus on new trends in graphic designs