Netlify is changing its logo and updating its visual identity for the first time in 8 years.
The change comes as the company celebrates multiple milestones such as exponential growth and acquisition of Gatsby. According to Staff Brand Designer, Teresa Carter, on the brand's blog about the big change, "With all of this in motion, and momentum and adoption ever building, it felt like the perfect time to renovate our visual identity from the ground up."
Netlify is a remote-first cloud computing company providing a development platform for web applications and dynamic websites. Founded in 2014, it enables building, deploying, and scaling websites with source files stored in Git and served via a Content Delivery Network. Netlify offers serverless and edge computing services, such as serverless functions for building interactive features on dynamic websites.
The company has acquired FeaturePeek, OneGraph, and Quirrel to enhance its capabilities. Netlify has raised $212 million through multiple funding rounds from investors like Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, and Bessemer Venture Partners. The platform streamlines development team workflows through Netlify Build, Graph, CLI, and Deploy Previews. Its serverless capabilities include Netlify Functions, Background Functions, Scheduled Functions, and Edge Functions.
Netlify is a part of the modern web ecosystem, working with open-source contributors, web framework authors, and technology vendors. It is an Enabler member of the MACH Alliance. The company pioneered the Jamstack architecture for cloud-native web development, hosting the annual Jamstack Conf and conducting the Jamstack Community Survey. Netlify customers include Google, Facebook, Verizon, NBC, Samsung, and Nike.