A new era, a new logo.
Google, the company that has become the key to information’s front door, has changed its logo a few weeks after it introduced a major restructuring through their new parent company, Alphabet.
So, what can you learn by studying the most progressive company in the world?
It’s truly amazing to consider what Google has accomplished over the past 17 years. What began as a research project by two Stanford PhD candidates has evolved into a publicly traded company with over 50,000 employees.
But the sum is greater than its parts. Over the years, Google has transformed the world: It made encyclopedias obsolete, revolutionizing the fields of translation, communication, cartography, mobile technology and the Internet itself.
Here are three lessons you learn from Google’s redesign: