Many of the people using the current public Windows Live Messenger 2009 Beta wonder about the changed (or modernized?) interface. Things look different, are at a different place, etc. Of course, a product used by millions of users should make progress every now and then, also in the User Interface.
Looking at the design of the Windows Live Messenger logo and sign-in window, it hasn’t changed very much since Windows Live Messenger 8.1 or so. However, we can look forward to Wave 3 integration and simplification also in this area. The new logo will look something between these 3 shots/mock-ups:
See your creation become the logo of a popular web service! Without publishing too much details: I am looking for a logo for a new Web Messenger. You think you can create such a logo? Start over, and show me your creation! What do you get from it? The designer
Long awaited, often asked for: the public beta of Messenger Plus! Live 4.79, introducing complete compatibility with the newest Windows Live Messenger 2009 beta. What is new/changed?
Forget about the old .NET logo, designed some 8 years ago – there is a new one! Every two years or so, the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) brings out a whole bunch of interesting and new things. While the main focus will be on the Milestone 3 beta of