A two-part project published in Behance shows us Google’s flexible, yet solid set of guidelines that strengthen the company’s visual identity. Spearheaded by Art Director Christopher Bettig and Senior Graphic Designer Christopher Bettig together with fellow designers Alex Griendling, Jefferson Cheng, Yan Yan and Zachary Gibson, the summary focuses on iconography, divided into two parts which include product icons, logo mockups, user interface and illustrations.
The creation of this sweet guidelines which started in January 2012 is based on Google’s design style credited to ECD Chris Wiggins along with designers Jesse Kaczmarek, Nicholas Jitkoff and Jonathan Lee. Check out the full set of guidelines here
Share us your thoughts by leaving a message in the comment box below. Find You The Designer on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google Plus for more updates. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our blog for the latest design inspirations, stories and freebies. Speaking of freebies, check out our free print templates page for your print design needs. Stay awesome everyone!