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2003 2003–2004 2004 2004–2005 2005–2006 2006–2009
2003 2003–2004 2004 2004–2005 2005–2006 2006–2009
2007–2009 (secondary), 2009–2010 (primary) 2010–2015 2015–2017, 2024 2017–2019 (primary), 2019–2022 (secondary) 2018–2019 (secondary), 2019–2022 (primary) 2022–present
2007–2009 (secondary), 2009–2010 (primary) 2010–2015 2015–2017, 2024 2017–2019 (primary), 2019–2022 (secondary) 2018–2019 (secondary), 2019–2022 (primary) 2022–present

GoBlocks[]

2003[]

Logopedia InfoWhite NO KNOWN LOGO

Early in development, Roblox was prototyped under the name GoBlocks. No logo ever existed for this phase of development.

DynaBlocks[]

2003–2004[]

DynaBlocks 2003-2004
Designer:  David Baszucki and Erik Cassel
Typography:  Arial Black / Regular
Launched:  2003

No info is known about this era other than that this was one of the names they were planning to use, however a mockup of the logo would be made by Roblox.

Roblox[]

2004[]

Roblox Beta
Designer:  David Baszucki and Erik Cassel
Typography:  Arial Bold / Regular
Launched:  2004

Roblox would be finalized as the name choice in February 2004 during the second half of its development. This change was made because the developers believed the name DynaBlocks would be difficult for users to remember, instead choosing a more memorable name, being Roblox. The trademark was officialized in March 2004.

2004–2005[]

Roblox 2004

Roblox would eventually change its logo to have a red border and an accent over the first 'o' to show that it is pronounced with a long vowel sound. This would be the first logo used on the website back in mid 2004.

2005–2006[]

Roblox 2005
Designer:  David Baszucki's father-in-law
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  May 23, 2005

The logo would be updated and designed by David Baszucki's father-in-law on May 23, 2005, and used on the website during the latter half of its development and beta testing from May 2005 to the official launch period of September 2006. It was also used on T-shirts from 2006 to 2008.

2006–2017, 2024[]

2006–2009[]

Roblox 2006
Designer:  Mike Rayhawk
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  October 23, 2006[1]

Roblox was officially launched in 2006, though contrary to popular belief, it did not launch with this logo. According to illustrator Mike Rayhawk, this logo was compiled in October 2006 and was intended as a mock-up for a website redesign. The Roblox team apparently loved the logo so much that it became the next official Roblox logo.[2] Even after the end of its usage, this logo was still used on Roblox avatar shirts officially made by Roblox, on the outfits of guest accounts until 2016, on the site banner until 2009, and was on the PayPal Builders' Club website.

2007–2009 (secondary), 2009–2010 (primary)[]

Roblox 2007
Designer:  Mike Rayhawk
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  March 5, 2007

The logo's color and design were slightly modified in March 2007 to make the logo a cleaned-up vector version that they use in print and at higher resolutions. Until 2009, it was a secondary logo used for merchandising and appeared as the welcome decal in the 2008 "Happy Home in Robloxia" map.

2010–2015[]

ROBLOX 2010
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  2010

In 2010, the logo was modified again, this time sporting a new three-dimensional look. This logo was used on events and games from 2012 to 2015 and was used on sister websites until 2017.

2015–2017, 2024[]

Roblox 2015
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  November 2, 2015

Roblox introduced this logo on their Twitter account on November 2, 2015.[3] Before the day ended, they added this logo to the home page. This time taking on a flatter design similar to the 2006 and 2007 logos. This logo was reused during the "The Classic" event.

2017–2022[]

2017–2019 (primary), 2019–2022 (secondary)[]

Roblox 2017
Designer:  Travis Britton
Typography:  Gill Sans Ultra Bold
(modified)
Launched:  January 10, 2017

On January 10, 2017, for the first time in eleven years, Roblox unveiled a completely new logo, set in a modified Gill Sans Ultra Bold typeface.[4] The logo is reminiscent of Mike Rayhawk's brainstorm sketches from March 2006. Roblox continued to use this logo infrequently until 2022.

2018–2019 (secondary), 2019–2022 (primary)[]

Roblox 2018
Designer:  Travis Britton
Typography:  Gill Sans Ultra Bold
(modified)
Launched:  2018

In 2018, Roblox updated the website's favicon to be monochrome, and the new logo was officially adopted in early 2019.

2022–present[]

Roblox 2022
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Gotham
(modified)
Launched:  August 26, 2022

On August 26, 2022, following a leak three days prior, Roblox revealed that they had updated their logo and that they would start rolling it out across the entire platform within the following week.[5] Like the previous logo, this design is reminiscent of Mike Rayhawk's March 2006 logo sketches.

The font of the logo was changed from Gill Sans Ultra Bold to Gotham, hence making the logo look overall less bold. Moreover, the second "O" was modified from a square to just a regular O, though the first O had the tilted square remain. The reason for this was to make the first O stand out more.

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