By Tom SholtesMay 08, 2018 12:22:20SquareSpace, the Silicon Valley-based online marketplace for sellers of custom printed goods, is expanding its portfolio of designs and is partnering with design firm Quicksilver for a new website redesign.
The company announced on Monday that it will be redesigning its website with a logo that is “familiar and simple.”
Quicksilver is a design and branding firm based in San Francisco that specializes in online projects, including design for consumer products and retail stores.
The Quicksilvers logo design will be a “typographic” design, or a graphic design that is not text but rather a grid of dots.
The logo design is the same one that SquareSpace uses for its website.
The redesign is the second logo SquareSpace has announced this year.
In April, it added a logo to the website that is similar to its new website.
The new logo features the square-shaped quasicon, the logo for the Quicksilon brand, on a white background.
Quicksilver, which also works for Nike, Adidas, and Vans, has more than 100 offices around the world.
SquareSpace’s website, with a focus on “customers looking for a customized website experience,” has a design template that resembles a traditional website design.
Square also has a website design gallery that allows customers to browse design templates and purchase a custom design.
The new website will have a “fresh and fun design aesthetic,” according to SquareSpace CEO and co-founder Joe Zaglios.
“The new logo will provide customers with a more visual experience on the SquareSpace website and will help customers see and feel what is available for sale online.”
SquareSpace has seen a surge in traffic in recent weeks.
The company expects to see an increase of more than 50% this year, according to Zaglovs.
“We expect to have a new logo on the market in the coming weeks, and we’ll share that with our customers,” Zaglus said in an email.