Jan 20, 2013
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Microsoft hires designer who presented bold revamp of the company’s brand
Last summer designer Andrew Kim’s vision for “The Next Microsoft” got a lot of traction online — including on The Verge — for its aggressively minimal rebranding of the company across platforms. The next month Microsoft unveiled its actual new logo, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t take note — Kim just announced that he’s been hired by the company, which got in touch after seeing his designs.

Microsoft hires designer who presented bold revamp of the company’s brand

Last summer designer Andrew Kim’s vision for “The Next Microsoft” got a lot of traction online — including on The Verge — for its aggressively minimal rebranding of the company across platforms. The next month Microsoft unveiled its actual new logo, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t take note — Kim just announced that he’s been hired by the company, which got in touch after seeing his designs.

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    beautiful, sane. microsoft is going in the right direction lately
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    Really exciting news...Xbox. If you haven’t seen...proposed...
  4. vulcanhearing reblogged this from thisistheverge and added:
    wow
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    have recently ‘re-branded’ to a more minimalistic look, his designs could be great! However, they do take away from
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