- "Microsoft Flipgrid" redirects here.
In 2014, an associate professor at University of Minnesota named Charles Miller created a video-discussion platform named Flipgrid to engage their students' learning experience. The logo depicted a top-right-corner-angle-folded wide lime-colored rectangle with the wordmark "Flipgrid." inside and a trademark symbol at the end of the wordmark.[note 1]
- Associate professor at University of Minnesota created Flipgrid to engage their students' learning experience.
July 2016–December 2016
In July 2016, the corners of the wide rectangle were rounded and the color of the rectangle was changed to green. Also, the wordmark font was changed and it made all capitalized and the trademark symbol was removed at the end of the wordmark. This logo was short-lived, used for 5 months.
An alternative version of this logo has given an outline while the rest of the logo remained unchanged. This is the shortest-lived logo and it was used for the whole month.
January 2017–August 2017
In August 2017, the wordmark font was changed again and made it bold. Also, the wide rectangle was slightly altered and made it a little bit brighter.
The period was removed at the end of the wordmark and all the corners of the wide rectangle are more rounded. This was used around the time when Flipgrid was acquired by Microsoft five months later, making it part of Microsoft 365 for Education (formerly Office 365 for Education).[note 1]
- Microsoft has acquired Flipgrid, making it part of Microsoft 365 for Education.
In January 2019, the wordmark font was changed again and made it all lowercase (except for F), and the wide rectangle was slightly altered again and the color of wide rectangle is even brighter.
In August 2020, the whole logo was completely updated, as well as the wordmark. Also, a multi-oval plus logo on the left of the wordmark was added, and the colors almost match Microsoft's current color palette.
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