Previously, when you needed a WordPress logo to display on a blog or publication, the only ones available were the unofficial ones created and submitted by users like the ones over at WordPress.com, these glossy WordPress logos created by AODdesign, the vector WordPress icons by Snap2Objects and many others.

Good news for WordPress fans and users because now, when you need the WordPress logo or graphic you can get the official ones directly from the WordPress site itself. WordPress have made their official logos, buttons and desktop wallpapers available to the public. For logos, you can download PDF files for print and choose between PDF (vector) or PNG for using it on the web while the desktop wallpapers come in 10 different screen resolutions including one for the iPhone. Also provided are the official WordPress color codes or palette that you can use for reproducing any WordPress artwork.

All I can say is thank you to the WordPress team for making this available to us WordPress fans and users. It’s about time!

What are you waiting for? Get your official WordPress logos, buttons and graphics now.

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4 Comments

  • JP Habaradas, October 1, 2008 @ 4:50 AM Reply

    @archondigital – You got that right. This is definitely a good way of marketing themselves thru the help of the users.

  • archondigital, October 1, 2008 @ 4:47 AM Reply

    From a branding perspective, it would actually help automattic to strenghten or further enforce their WordPress brand across the internet.

  • JP Habaradas, September 12, 2008 @ 7:00 AM Reply

    @Hussein – Thank you! Yeah, many WordPress users still aren’t aware of this that’s why I’m sharing it. :)

  • Hussein, September 12, 2008 @ 6:46 AM Reply

    Nice share. I didn’t know that wordpress.org has this page :D

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