Many of us can recognize a Web 2.0 site simply by looking at the logo. The “glass effect”, which gives an image a glossy look, has become insanely popular and makes you think that the site should operate smoothly. If all of this is true then why haven’t some of the largest companies transitioned their logos over? Probably because they don’t necessarily care about the eye candy and are focusing more on the brand recognition. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t see what some of the logos would look like for the most popular companies. Yay Hooray has a huge collection of logos
that are divided up onto several pages. The Digg article
that I found this from also had a link to someone who created a page with all of the logos
so that you don’t have to go through multiple pages. I have to admit that some of them are amazingly clever and I could see the companies actually using them, but others are more for amusement. Check it out and let us know which ones you think are the best. I vote for FedEx (with the arrow) and Aflax!