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September 20, 2023

Desktop Clock's New Logo

Justin Golden

Meet the new Desktop Clock

Desktop Clock’s New Logo

Out With the Old, in With the New

The old circle and line logo has been with Desktop Clock since first launch. It’s by no means a bad logo, and it was both iconic and portrayed the design system of the old clock: a simple, plain analog clock.

It worked for the time, but we’ve since made quite a few changes to Desktop Clock. It’s got a sleek new UI from the old version, has plenty of apps, and has a modern, glassmorphism look. it’s time we got a real logo, and one that represents Desktop Clock, not just “a clock.”

Introducing Desktop Clock’s First Logo Upgrade

We wanted to both pay homage to the old logo and still develop something fresh, new, beautiful, and something that feels Desktop Clock.

We’ve of course got the overlapping “D” and “C” for Desktop Clock here, as well as the half clock on the C. The opacity between letters helps break up the harsh colors, keep the letters readable, and add the glassy look we’ve got in our UI.

We hope you like our new logo as much as we do!

App Icons

In the App


The icons in the sidebar got the accent color treatment

Of course we didn’t forget about dark mode!


The top of each page will also have that page’s icon


Here’s the worldclock in all its glory, with the sidebar containing all apps and the header with the worldclock icon

More Page

We also use the updated page icons in the /more page as well!

Out in the Wild

Android Splash Screen

Install prompt


In Windows

Different Operating Systems

Rendered by realfavicongenerator.net

I hope you enjoyed reading about the rebranding of Desktop Clock! To check it out, just visit desktopclock.app

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