The Logo

The Logo

Saturday, June 14th, 2008

We’ve changed our logo a few times now but we’ve finally settled on the current one. I’d like to take a brief moment to explain the reasoning behind it.

One of our main logos that we used was a logo designed by NeoRame. This was a great logo and we thank him for his efforts. However, we decided that the logo was too complicated, as we were trying to show simplicity.

I headed back to the drawing board and went through quite a few different revisions of the logo. I finally settled on the current version of the logo.

But, what exactly is the logo? The blue “wave” at the top of the logo is meant to integrate aspects of the feed icon used in Internet Explorer and Firefox. It also takes place of the tittles (dots on the ‘i’s). Further, the ‘ili’ represents a group of servers, with the middle one pushing out content to the other two via the wave.

If you would like to use the Lilina logo in a publication, you can grab the original or one with a brown background (#4D4D4D to be specific).