Skype gets a brand new logo before its redesign
Introducing the new Skype logo
You can currently find the app available in preview on Android and iOS, and it’s expected to arrive for Windows and macOS sometime later this year. It seems that Microsoft used this future redesign to quietly introduce a new logo for Skype.
The new logo for Skype was discovered just recently but for now, it is only present on the Skype blog or on the page dedicated to the redesigned app. The new brand identity doesn’t feature any dramatic changes, and you should know that the white S logo in the new bubble is still there. The company has eliminated the full Skype logo and you can’t see the blue cloud outline anymore. Instead, the new logo uses Microsoft’s corporate typeface and is now more consistent with more of the company’s products.
What do users think of the new logo?
Maybe users would prefer the old logo but by introducing a new one, the company wanted to signal that Skype is not the simple and cute start-up that it once was.
Some users believe the font selection for the new logo is a poor choice, especially if you pair it with the original S in the circle, according to their opinions. Users believe that highlighting two different fonts seems a bit of a rush approval and doesn’t have a real thought behind.
Other users believe that instead of worrying about the new logo, Microsoft should have been more concerned with releasing the new version for all platforms at the same time.
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