Under Elon Musk’s leadership since its takeover last year, Twitter has undergone a series of significant transformations. However, the most remarkable change has now been unveiled – the replacement of its iconic blue bird logo. In a bold move, the new logo simply features the letter ‘X,’ marking a departure from the familiar bird emblem that has been synonymous with the platform for years. Musk had been hinting at this rebranding, and it seems the company is embracing a fresh identity with this emblematic shift.
Say Goodbye To Twitter Bird
Since July 23rd, Elon Musk has been actively engaging on Twitter, teasing and dropping cryptic hints about the ‘X’ rebranding. Although his initial messages were enigmatic, the purpose behind the change gradually became evident. Musk further revealed that X.com now redirects to Twitter.com, signaling a significant shift in the platform’s identity.
https://t.co/bOUOek5Cvy now points to https://t.co/AYBszklpkE.
Interim X logo goes live later today.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 23, 2023
Additionally, he shared that the interim logo would be implemented later in the day. While the logo change has already taken place, it is evident that there is more in store as the team continues to work on further developments. The Twitter community is buzzing with anticipation, eager to witness the platform’s new era under Musk’s influence.
The ‘X’ logo rebranding has been implemented only on the Twitter web version, while the blue bird logo remains visible on Twitter tabs and mobile apps. However, the change is anticipated to take effect across all platforms soon. This transformation marks a significant departure from Twitter’s previous look, indicating a distinct vision that Elon Musk has envisioned for the platform. It’s clear that this logo change is just the beginning of a more comprehensive plan Musk has in store for Twitter’s future.
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Indeed, Elon Musk’s plans for Twitter appear to be grand, and the rebranding coincides closely with Meta’s launch of its competitor, Threads. As with any new trend on the internet, it may take some time to adjust to the ‘X’ logo replacing the familiar blue bird. While change is inevitable, Twitter users will likely adapt to this transformation gradually. As the social media landscape evolves, Musk’s ambitious vision for Twitter will undoubtedly be closely watched by both the online community and industry observers.
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