New Kubuntu Logo Design Revealed, “K” still missing
By on March 30th, 2010

Yesterday when we reported about the new plymouth theme for Kubuntu, we mentioned that the Kubuntu logo is still being developed and that the logo used in the plymouth theme will be replaced by the new theme once it is finished.

In the Kubuntu meeting yesterday night, the Kubuntu Council has approved the design for the new Kubuntu logo. The logo clearly follows the design of the new Ubuntu logo and has the same font. Here is the new Kubuntu logo:

As you can see very clearly, the logo is unfinished. This is because the new font that came with the new Ubuntu branding is still not complete and is still missing many letters including “K” yet.

Meanwhile another Kubuntu member, David Wonderly, has touched-up the official design and added the Kubuntu-Blue color and some glow-effect to come up with a wonderful design.

The new Kubuntu logo is expected to be shipped with the second beta which is scheduled to be released on 8th April.

What do you think about the new design? Do you like it? Let us know through the comment.

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  • http://www.logospill.com Mart

    Looks like it need a little more typeface treatment.

 
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