could be “two people high-fiving” or “a mountain ready for teams to scale”...
... or, given that Atlas was one of the Titans, it could be an iceberg.
DevOps darling Atlassian has given the world a new logo it says could be “two people high-fiving” or “a mountain ready for teams to scale” or perhaps even “the letter A formed from two pillars reinforcing each other.” Whatever you see when peering at the glyph depicted below, Atlassian wants you to know it has moved on from …
Maybe they could fix usability problems that have been open for about 5 years or so instead of moving them to "low priority".
And stop re-skinning the interface every 6 months, introduce HUJ bugs (currently it's not possible for me to CTRL-V paste into Confluenc, except in Chrome. Been the case for a month now. FFS!)
Only three 'winners' there. For 'statuspage' I see a nurse attending, for 'crowd' I see a police badge, and 'sourcetree' has a reversed question mark. Is this subliminal? The rest look like various arrangements of dumped sardines and white rice. Only 'trello' is pedestrian and actually suggestive of the product. Perhaps only they still have their heads on straight?
Now it just looks like a butt with clearly the word "ass" in the middle.
I guess since they didn't need a sales force to re-consume the barf from last decade's excessive IT spending on meaningless custom crap powered by the industry laxative that was J2EE, they figured they didn't need a staff of editors to point out out the obvious design gaffes either.
Or maybe, they *are* the ass now...
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