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Google never fail to impress me with their self confidence in the creative use of their logo to both educate and entertain. Yesterdays logo was my personal favorite todate. It was to mark the birthday of Louis Braille, inventor of the worldwide system used by blind and visually impaired people for reading and writing. Dennis Hwang is the artist in residence who pens the logos which are viewable compliments of Google’s very own virtual museum. Truly inspirational and yet another example of how Google really does think different.

UPDATE : David Williams feature on Dennis


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  1. […] When I praised Google's adoption of a living logo earlier this year I knew little about the story behind the story. Thanks to Doug Edward's three recent posts over on Xooglers I am now all the wiser. Doug lists his current occupation as brand manager without portfolio which immediately registered as did his four lessons learned from the experience shared above. Like all great meals it is leisurely served over three courses. My compliments to the chef. Recommended reading in full. […]

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