May 15, 2016

" I actually love the new Instagram logo, but..."



But mostly the internet had a fit over the logo change.

13 comments:

Phil 3:14 said...

Oh noo!

Phil 3:14 said...
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mockturtle said...

LOL!

Robert Cook said...

I don't use Instragram, but I like the new app icon design better than the old one. While I can understand liking or disliking particular app icon designs, does a change, even for the worse, really warrant a collective audience freakout? (Answer: No.)

Curious George said...

Robert Cook said...
I don't use Instragram, but I like the new app icon design better than the old one. While I can understand liking or disliking particular app icon designs, does a change, even for the worse, really warrant a collective audience freakout? (Answer: No.)"

Do you really think there was a "collective audience freakout?"

Really?

Achilles said...

IONO... =(

Sam L. said...

Only the Instagrammers. Not being one, first I'd heard of it, and Care? Not I, said the little red hen.

Rod Sulik said...

I see so many posts where people are angry over this redesign. I agree with Robert Cook. It is not something that really matters. It is just a logo. Don't like it? Don't look at it. To tell the truth, when this controversy began, I couldn't even remember what the old icon looked like. And I have been following several people on Instagram for quite a while.

tim in vermont said...

The old one was nice. This new one says that the whole idea of making your cell phone pics look like Kodachrome, or a Polaroid? Well that was all just a lot of nonsense. Instagram made a brand error.

ngtrains said...

For some reason, the new logo makes me feel like screaming

F said...

What's Instagram? Another Silicon Valley intrusion into our life?

ngtrains said...

I guess. I don't really know either

Robert Cook said...

"Do you really think there was a 'collective audience freakout?'

"Really?"


Well, that's the subject of this blog post, and of the NY Times story that is linked to...a "collective internet freakout."