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Web 2.0 from a Designer’s Perspective

While we all debate the true definition of 2.0, its direction, value, lifespan, cease and desist letters, impact on society and eventual impact on the economy, a recent blog post on FontFeed is analyzing the movement from a designer’s standpoint….although, I must say, that I disagree with his opening line, “There is no official standard for what makes something β€œWeb 2.0…”

Web 2.0 logos are categorized by softies, futurists, classics, and new classics. If you’re starting-up a new site, service, or 2.0 solution, take a look at this post as a collective resource for inspiration for what and what not to do. The post also links to a more comprehensive pool of 2.0 logos at flickr.

My personal favorite tidbit from the post, “the Official Color of Web 2.0: lime green.”

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Tags: logos web20 web2.0 pr2.0

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