Facebook, the most popular social media platform globally, has made some subtle but noteworthy updates to its logo and reaction emojis. At first glance, you might not notice much change in the logo, but it’s now a slightly darker blue, and the letter ‘f’ has moved a bit.
These tweaks are aimed at Facebook’s enormous user base, which includes 2 billion daily users. While the logo has seen various alterations in the past, this latest update focuses on making small improvements rather than a complete redesign.
Besides the logo, the wordmark (the written name “Facebook”) has also been refreshed. It now uses the Facebook Sans typeface and has a more noticeable blue and white color scheme.
Inside the platform, the reaction emojis have been subtly adjusted to look slightly different. Right now, these changes are visible in the desktop version of Facebook, and they plan to roll them out to the app gradually. Additionally, Facebook has hinted at more significant updates for the app in the coming months, where these changes will be introduced over time to users.