Here’s a quick look at the sites that were in the mood for this Valentine’s Day according to their customized logo. Some felt it more than others as you will see.
Google did the x and o thing. nothing too serious. Still, it acknowledged the lover’s holiday.
AOL chose a more subdued appearance with red roses and a pink theme.
YouTube (a Google property) also went with Roses but just a single one. Strange that a video service didn’t do anything more visual.
FriendFeed, as always, was a little different. Instead of modifying their logo as they’ve done in the past and as the others have done, they chose to change one of their most popular features.
Instead of click “Like” to show you enjoyed a post they made it “Love” to fall in line with the holiday. They also added an enlarged heart symbol to show all of the items that their members have “Loved”. Cute and clever, huh?
Microsoft, well, wasn’t feeling it I guess.