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Topic: Google

Now It's Sherwin-Williams' Turn for a Much-Needed New Logo, Right?

Or is the Earth-smothering icon actually brilliant?

Now that Google and Verizon have sparked global design debates by redesigning their logos, it makes sense to ask who should be next. I mean, other than Yahoo. Looking beyond the tech…

Twitter Users Think Google Copied Heineken With Its New Logo's Crooked 'e'

But industry experts see smart branding

Yesterday, Google introduced the world to its new visual identity, a serif-free logo and colorful interactive icons. The new look and feel—the brand's attempt to make interacting with Google on its…

Google Doesn't Just Have a New Logo. It Has a Whole New Look for the Mobile Age

Tech giant unveils a flexible collection of colorful icons

Google's branding just got a makeover.   The 17-year-old tech leader today released its new serif-free logo with a two-minute video showcasing the evolving ways consumers use Google's many digital services,…

Can Agencies Win If They Don't Play the Spec Pitch Game?

The pros and cons of creating free work to win work

When Mike Wolfsohn and his two partners left Southern California agency Ignited in 2010 to form High Wide & Handsome, they vowed not to participate in competitive pitches requiring contenders…

YouTube's New Gaming Platform Already Looks Like a Big Hit With Advertisers

Kotex, Wendy's and Taco Bell buy spots

Google today launched YouTube Gaming, an app and website that aggregates more than 25,000 gaming channels to help gamers find videos from some of the platform's most popular creators like…

These 16 Videos Are Each a Case Study in Nailing the Right Tone for the Right Audience

Watch Awards honor the top targeted clips

Only a fool (or a brand with billions to spend on media) tries to be all things to all people. That's why Adweek's Watch Awards honor the year's top online videos…

Why Alphabet May Spell Good News for Google's Brand

But will it expose underdeveloped projects?

Late Monday afternoon, Google shook up the tech landscape by changing the name of its corporation to Alphabet. Its core advertising and media business—which includes YouTube, digital advertising, Maps and…

Google Tightens How Advertisers Buy YouTube Ads

Could have big ramifications for ad-tech firms

Google wants more control over how advertisers buy YouTube ads. On Thursday, the search giant revealed that it will cut off ad buying through DoubleClick Ad Exchange (or AdX), its programmatic…

Google Paints Stunning Portraits of Disability Rights Heroes on Washington, D.C., Steps

25th anniversary of ADA

In 1990, a group of disabled people pulled themselves up the steps at the U.S. Capitol building to advocate for the Americans With Disabilites Act, protesting delays in an event…

Is Google+ Finally Cooked for Good? Agency Execs Aren't So Sure

Marketers weigh in as tech giant pivots social strategy

Google yesterday admitted it was wrong to require Google+ account holders to use the company's other digital products, marking a significant policy departure for its struggling social media hub that…

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