• Thu. Feb 22nd, 2024
Has Elon Musk Fired Twitter X Logo Designer?  Here’s what actually happened

First, read what Alex Cohen wrote on Twitter. “I got kicked off Twitter today. I was the designer in charge of our new rebranding to X. I’ve learned a lot in my 2.5 weeks at the company, but I’m excited to see where I land next. If you are hiring a self-taught, junior designer, please DM me. Graphic design is my passion!” he posted.

First, read what Alex Cohen wrote on Twitter. “I got kicked off Twitter today. I was the designer in charge of our new rebranding to X. I’ve learned a lot in my 2.5 weeks at the company, but I’m excited to see where I land next. If you are hiring a self-taught, junior designer, please DM me. Graphic design is my passion!” he posted.

With over 26 million views, Elon Musk’s rebranded Twitter X caught people’s attention when it started trending. The Twitter post got so much attention (for all the wrong reasons) that Twitter had to attach a note to it.

With over 26 million views, Elon Musk’s rebranded Twitter X caught people’s attention when it started trending. The Twitter post got so much attention (for all the wrong reasons) that Twitter had to attach a note to it.

“Although a separate joke, this tweet appears to be a humorous attempt by the author himself, stolen from another account and slightly edited. The original poster directly addresses this act,” the Twitter disclaimer claims.

“Although a separate joke, this tweet appears to be a humorous attempt by the author himself, stolen from another account and slightly edited. The original poster directly addresses this act,” the Twitter disclaimer claims.

If you have any doubts about Cohen’s graphic designing skills, please take a look at some of his designs.

If you have any doubts about Cohen’s graphic designing skills, please take a look at some of his designs.

Yes, that was a joke. In fact, Australian designer Daryl Ginn pretty much copied it from another account. When Cohen was asked why he didn’t retweet the original post and copy-paste much of it, he replied, “Imitation is flattery.”

Yes, that was a joke. In fact, Australian designer Daryl Ginn pretty much copied it from another account. When Cohen was asked why he didn’t retweet the original post and copy-paste much of it, he replied, “Imitation is flattery.”

At the same time, he shared a screenshot of the original tweet, which has since been deleted. After Jin removed his tweet, he posted another update, “I’m now joining Team X (formerly Twitter). I was very happy to leave my previous design role with a salary of $250,000 for an unpaid position at X. Wish me luck.”

At the same time, he shared a screenshot of the original tweet, which has since been deleted. After Jin removed his tweet, he posted another update, “I’m now joining Team X (formerly Twitter). I was very happy to leave my previous design role with a salary of $250,000 for an unpaid position at X. Wish me luck.”

Is this a joke? Well, you decide.

Is this a joke? Well, you decide.

BTW, who created the Twitter X logo?

The logo was crowd sourced. Earlier, Elon Musk invited his 149 million followers to suggest an X logo. Then, he chose one of the submitted designs and immediately updated his profile picture. Musk has made it clear in his responses to his followers that he plans to use this design as an interim solution, acknowledging that it may undergo further changes and modifications in the future.

BTW, who created the Twitter X logo?

The logo was crowd sourced. Earlier, Elon Musk invited his 149 million followers to suggest an X logo. Then, he chose one of the submitted designs and immediately updated his profile picture. Musk has made it clear in his responses to followers that he plans to use this design as an interim solution, acknowledging that it may undergo further changes and modifications in the future.

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