Google is supplanting its famous Gmail envelope logo with a design that is significantly more with regards to other Google products. The new Gmail logo is currently a M made out of Google’s core blue, red, yellow, and green brand colors. It all the more intently matches comparative logos for Google itself, Google Maps, Google Photos, Chrome, and a lot more Google products. The envelope is no more.
Fast Company reports that Google thought about dropping the M altogether or completely removing the Gmail red color, however individuals engaged with client research considers weren’t happy with the changes. The studies did, in any case, assist Google with understanding that the envelope part of the Gmail logo was definitely not a basic design element, permitting the group to explore different avenues regarding keeping the M and including Google’s traditional color palette.
The new Gmail logo actually feels predominately red, with a small touch of yellow and the blue and green holding up the arch of the M. On the off chance that you put it close by Google’s different logos, it’s difficult to separate between them, however. Google has additionally redone its Calendar, Docs, Meet, and Sheets logos to coordinate the new Gmail plan.
The new logos are important for a more extensive patch up of Google’s G Suite software, which has now been rebranded to Google Workspace. Google is endeavoring to combine Gmail, Chat, and Docs into a central location, to more readily contend with the integrated methodology of Microsoft Office and explicitly Outlook email.