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Web 2.0 from a Designer’s Perspective

While we all debate the true definition of 2.0, its direction, value, lifespan, cease and desist letters, impact on society and eventual impact on the economy, a recent blog post on FontFeed is analyzing the movement from a designer’s standpoint….although, I must say, that I disagree with his opening line, “There is no official standard for what makes something “Web 2.0…”

Web 2.0 logos are categorized by softies, futurists, classics, and new classics. If you’re starting-up a new site, service, or 2.0 solution, take a look at this post as a collective resource for inspiration for what and what not to do. The post also links to a more comprehensive pool of 2.0 logos at flickr.

My personal favorite tidbit from the post, “the Official Color of Web 2.0: lime green.”

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