Johnson Banks and Mozilla are Accepting Public Input On Its Design

By: Riley von Niessen - Sep 5, 2016
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Johnson Banks, an agency based in England, worked with Mozilla, a well-known software company, in order to help it change its logo so that it can rebrand its services.

To ensure that the public appreciates its new design as much as it will, Mozilla decided to open up the many options from Johnson Banks so that it can get a more varied opinion. By showing its acceptance of the public's views, the company's effort also works to enhance the positive and inclusive sentiment that it wishes to put forth.

This is clear from Mozilla's description of itself, which reads, "Sometimes you have to fight for what you believe in. Mozilla believes in an open, equal, accessible Internet -- for everyone. One that makes us active creators, not passive receivers. One that works for the benefit of the many, not the few."