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Re Branding php[architect]
June 17, 2013 @ 13:03:17

The php|architect group (magazine, conferences, etc) has kicked off a rebranding of their long-time product line to move it forward and give it a simpler, cleaner look.

Arbi Arzoumani did a wonderful job with php|architect's image (logos, colors and fonts as well as magazine, conference and website design). I've always admired what he did with the brand, especially since he wore so many hats at BP. He was actually in the process of a brand update when musketeers took over. [...] Taking his direction further, I simplified the whole image (logo, fonts and colors) to a more colorful and less cluttered version. I also decided to unify the brand across all product lines, including the magazine, websites, books, summits and conferences.

Additionally, they've changed the "name" used for the company away from "php|architect" to a slightly different format - "php[architect]" to help unify it across the board with other offerings. Don't worry, you'll still be getting the same great content and community events from the group, it's just getting a "fresh coat of paint."

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Link: http://www.phparch.com/2013/06/re-branding-phparchitect

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