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The Firefox logo isn’t a fox.

The Firefox logo isn’t a fox.


Jon Hicks (born 28 October 1972 in Leamington Spa) is an English designer who owns his own design studio, Hicksdesign. Hicks is best known for rendering the Firefox logo into its final form, based on a concept from Daniel Burka and a sketch from Stephen Desroches. He has worked on numerous other design projects.

Back in 2019, we updated the Firefox browser logo and added the parent brand logo as a new logo for our broader product portfolio that extends beyond the browser. ... That bottom middle image with the fox curled around the purple globe is our current Firefox browser logo.

it is actually a red panda. So is the one on the Mozilla Firefox Logo.

After further pressure, Mozilla Firebird became Mozilla Firefox on February 9, 2004. The name Firefox was said to be derived from a nickname of the red panda, which became the mascot for the newly named project.

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