The huge head suffocates the rest of the icon, and isn't near the shape of the bigger icons, killing any notion of consistency. It looks pretty good. Much less professional than the old one. The updated Firefox icon is based on sketches and conceptual artwork by Jon Hicks and Stephen Horlander. http://gbcmedina.com/firefox-icon/firefox-3-0-11-missing-icon.php
To reflect the grim future of our world due to global warming. The second guy only gave it a more pointy tail and screwed up the smaller versions of the icon. Josh June 18, 2009 at 6:56 am Have to agree with everyone else, the 16×16 looks too cartoony in comparison to the old one - less subtle, higher contrast. The problem I have with the current (FF <= 3.0) icon is that it it is to detailed too look nice in, say, the quick launch area. https://blog.mozilla.org/faaborg/2009/06/18/the-new-firefox-icon/
Overall, I think it's great. Ok I feel dumb, updated. Surprisingly, this most disregarded version is the only one 90% of Windows XP users (over half of the world market) will ever see.
Elerin June 19, 2009 at 4:42 am I'd like the 512×512 one, right in the middle of my desktop. However, as the Web has grown and developed in new ways, so has Firefox - it's now a browser for Android, Mac, Windows and Linux as well as an apps marketplace the dark outline in the head of the fox looks weird. Firefox Icon Missing Here's a picture for reference: http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/7269/fficon.png The old tray icon blends in as it should.
It's been like two years, man. :I Also, lol at everyone who thought the drab pre-3.5 logo was better. Firefox Desktop Icon Its over-saturated and blown-out. I'll try and pitch with some suggestions. You can follow any comments to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
It's very good! http://findicons.com/search/firefox I thought they should stand for a new and better Firefox experience, more features, a better engine. Firefox Logo History Of, course, you either do something different than the others, or you try to nail the current taste. Firefox Icon Png My platform is Ubuntu 12.04 and the latest Thunderbird is installed for my emails.
I can say that the fox (and its tail) are actual improvements over the current Firefox logo but not too much of a departure from it which is a good thing. Tone that done a smidge and it'll be perfect. Can we have the best of both worlds? dmiller June 19, 2009 at 8:31 pm I really like the large images, but the contrast and roughness of the small icons is not an improvement over the Firefox 3.0 icons. New Firefox Logo
Midna July 7, 2009 at 1:22 pm Martin, how does it scare you? I especially appreciate how free-flowing the beginning of the tail is (from 3-5 o'clock). PS. this contact form David Naylor June 18, 2009 at 4:21 am Good work!
sryo May 17, 2009 at 6:54 pm I like this one a lot, although the shadow seems a bit odd, as if ithe world was semi transparent. How To Change Firefox Icon Unlike previous versions, the updated logo was created specifically with mobile in mind. Shadow looks good but doesn't fit with top lighting.
Stephen has been a long time member of the Mozilla community and has contributed his design talent to the Firefox 1 theme, the ubiquitous Web Feed icon, and the Firefox 3 RyanVM June 18, 2009 at 4:27 am I've got to echo the 16×16 comments. You guys and gals have done a remarkable job but could maybe try to combine some of the smaller updates before sending a package of updates. Por favor, considere un color más definido para él.
This is amplified by using the Windows Classic theme. why is it just one big land? Thanks for all the enthusiasm to provide useful information, like here. @faaborg on Twitter Welcome to my blog. If you do happen to remove it (and I hope that happens), then you may want to bring the top land masses closer together to close the gap a bit that
Congrats! Even the original 16×16 looks better, as well as Zarro Boogs' half-ass rendering in post #11. I could probably use a resource editor to replace it, but I'd end up having to do that with every update of Firefox. With all that in mind, we've decided that the time is right to reflect this ongoing evolution with a visual refresh of the Firefox logo and product icon.
On Mac OS X or Gnome it doesn't for me. Jason June 19, 2009 at 5:14 am First of all, the icon creator is John Hicks. The globe edges in the bottom right break up the design for no reason. Keep it up and I'll be one of the first to buy the newest t-shirt with it on it.