Canonical finally updates the Ubuntu page with the 2022 logo

Canonical updates its page with the 2022 Ubuntu logo

Almost two years ago Ubuntu 22.04 arrived and with it a new logo for the main flavor of the operating system. He changed the drawing, with a somewhat more open circle of friends (CoF), without a circular background and changing the initial from lowercase to uppercase. That white circular background became an orange rectangular one, and the drawing itself was at the bottom. Like it more or less, it is what is available from April 2022, but Canonical took the time to update their website.

It seemed to me that two weeks after the release of Ubuntu 22.04 was more than enough time to update its website, but not everyone had the same opinion. I came to think that what was going to happen from that moment on was that there would be two different brands: on the one hand the operating system and on the other Ubuntu as an ecosystem, as something more general, as a family. But this month they have updated their website as seen in the header screenshots.

Canonical already uses the same logo for the entire Ubuntu brand

The change took place on February 7. If we now enter, we see the “After” part of the header image, with the body of the web page practically the same but with a different navigation bar. It stands out that instead of Ubuntu with the previous logo, it now says Canonical Ubuntu and has the "new" logo. If we use a service like's Wayback Machine, we put the Ubuntu page there and We move to day 6, we can see the difference. As you might expect, the logo can also be seen on the favicon, that is, the image displayed in the tabs of web browsers.

The redesign of the Ubuntu logo was prepared for what is currently the latest LTS version of the operating system. It has been official since April, but we could see it for the first once in March 2022.

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