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LinkedIn is the world of business on the web.
The minimum size of our logo and ‘in’ bug is .25 in (6.35mm) in print. Cr 21px on screen, measured by the height of the bug. On rare occasions, smaller sizes for print may be necessary. Legibility is a top priority. Ensure the ® and ™ symbols are clearly visible. (Source: brand.linkedin.com)
The logo for Linkedin aligns the vertical bar of five blue lines with the letter D in the middle. The D stands for "decision" in English and the logo is meant to signify that you can use Linkedin for decision-making. Opinion-sharing, news-reading, and professional-networking requirements.
LinkedIn generally does not permit its members, third party developers, partners and the media (“you”) to use its name. Trademarks, logos, web pages, screenshots and other brand features. Narrow and specific exceptions are detailed below. Any other uses must obtain prior approval from LinkedIn. (Source: brand.linkedin.com)
Linkedin is one of the most popular social media sites today. But did you know that Linkedin was originally founded in March 2004 before the word Facebook even existed. The main idea behind Linkedin was to create a better life for people in the business world. It was first developed as a network of professionals in the business field. With the intention of helping business owners and professionals to be more productive.
The original LinkedIn logo was composed of a black “Linked” lettering with a solid blue square on its right. Where the white “in” in the lowercase was placed. The bold and confident sans-serif typeface of the nameplate was very similar to such fonts as Radiate Sans Bold and LCT Picón Bold. The black, blue, and white color palette of the logo represented the professionalism, seriousness, and reliability of the web-portal. (Source: 1000logos.net)