99x, a technology company co-creating well-engineered digital products, revealed its new visual identity and logo and a shorter variant of the company name, at a press briefing held at the Shangri-La, Colombo.
Serving a primarily Scandinavian clientele for over 15 years, 99x’s new visual identity embraces the simplicity in design of that region and channels it through a simple yet bold logo and look.
“Entering this new chapter in our story as 99x, we look forward to further increasing our global footprint through the creation of impactful digital products together with our clients.
The new look also embraces the fun, playful side of our greatest asset – our people, andsignifies that we are tech team players,” observed 99x Co-Founder and CEO Mano Sekaram, commenting on the company’s youthful new visual identity.
99x Chief Operating Officer Shehani Seneviratne elaborated on how the company has contributed to the industry, “As 99X Technology,
A symbol from NASA’s post-Apollo era has found a new ride to the moon.
The space agency’s once-retired logotype known as the “worm” has been added to the rocket and spacecraft that will launch NASA’s efforts to return astronauts to the lunar surface.
“I’m excited to share the first photos of the NASA worm and ESA [European Space Agency] logo that will be on the Artemis I mission. I am looking forward to seeing the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft take flight with these iconic symbols,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine wrote on Twitter on Wednesday (Sept. 30).
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Designed in 1974, two years after the last Apollo astronauts walked on the moon, the worm served as NASA’s official logo through the first decade of the space shuttle program. It was retired in 1992, after NASA decided to re-adopt