Twitter Logo History: How was Twitter’s sparrow logo designed, when did the changes take place, what is the name of the bird in it? – Twitter Logo History, Who and how designed the logo of Twitter Story Behind Logo of Twitter

by Ana Lopez

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Updated on: Apr 04, 2023 | 11:25 AM

This blue bird logo is definitely seen somewhere in Twitter's success.  It is different that when Twitter started, this bird was not a part of it. And now that the new owner of Twitter is Elon Musk, the logo has changed once again, let's know the Twitter logo.

Twitter Logo History, Who and how designed the logo of Twitter Story Behind Logo of Twitter

To attract investors to this startup, when they created the logo, it had twttr written in small letters in English with a bird's beak sticking out at the end.  As you can see in the picture.  Its co-founder Biz Stone agreed to invest, but he didn't like the logo and the green color.  When Twitter was launched in 2006, its logo was designed as twitter in small letters, which Linda Kevin designed in just 1 day.

To attract investors to this startup, when they created the logo, it had twttr written in small letters in English with a bird’s beak sticking out at the end. As you can see in the picture. Its co-founder Biz Stone agreed to invest, but he didn’t like the logo and the green color. When Twitter was launched in 2006, its logo was designed as twitter in small letters, which Linda Kevin designed in just 1 day.

This logo lasted for 4 years.  Then the company thought that the logo should be designed in such a way that it sticks in people's minds and emerges as a brand.  The bird was added to the Twitter logo.  The bird resembled a hummingbird, which was added to the right and last of Twitter's logo.  It was the year 2010.

This logo lasted for 4 years. Then the company thought that the logo should be designed in such a way that it sticks in people’s minds and emerges as a brand. The bird was added to the Twitter logo. The bird resembled a hummingbird, which was added to the right and last of Twitter’s logo. It was the year 2010.

After a few years, the company wanted to create a logo that people would recognize about Twitter.  That means the meaning of that bird is Twitter.  The work was entrusted to designer Martin Grazer.  Martin removed the top of the bird's head, raised the beak slightly in the air and reduced its wingspan from 4 to 3.

After a few years, the company wanted to create a logo that people would recognize about Twitter. That means the meaning of that bird is Twitter. The work was entrusted to designer Martin Grazer. Martin removed the top of the bird’s head, raised the beak slightly in the air and reduced its wingspan from 4 to 3.

Gracer rounded the hummingbird's wings, head, beak and belly to improve the design.  Since 2010, the bird has remained blue.  This blue bird has come to mean Twitter.  Although Twitter is no longer owned by its founder Jack Dorsey, it is owned by Elon Musk and its new logo is the Doge.

Gracer rounded the hummingbird’s wings, head, beak and belly to improve the design. Since 2010, the bird has remained blue. This blue bird has come to mean Twitter. Although Twitter is no longer owned by its founder Jack Dorsey, it is owned by Elon Musk and its new logo is the Doge.


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