Back in September, the CyanogenMod team went commercial and became CyanogenMod, Inc. Since then, they've been busy working with the likes of Oppo on the their N1 smartphone but it has come time once again to evolve and as such, they've now unveiled their new brand identity, logos and highlighted their core values.

  • Choice - The concept of choice has been the core of CyanogenMod and the founding of Cyanogen Inc. Choice means personalizing your device to your use cases and tastes. Choice means exercising control over your data and security. Choice means the freedom to select your OS on your mobile devices, and modify it as you see fit. These are the hallmarks of CyanogenMod, and they will be ever present in the company's mission.

  • A Deeper Meaning - The center displays the importance of the user – the focus of the brand. The 'C' brings together the company and the community – users, developers, contributors and fans. Working together we have provided a safe and secure environment for the user; one free of walls of restrictions. The arrow points forward – driving all things forward to bigger and better things. The overall brand invokes the concept of tools and building; the tightening of screws as you put together a project. The screws also signal a project in motion – the settings you are presented – the choices you make in using your phone probably differ from the choice of your nearest neighbor.

  • Community - "What about Cid?". Cid lives on stronger than ever. He brings a playful, and sometimes mischievous, nature to the open source project and isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Cid belongs to the community, he is yours, not the company's. Without the support of our users, this company would not be where it is today. We have you to thank for that, and we will not to lose sight of that. Together, through company and community, open source and innovation, will build something unique.

The new designs they've come up with are pretty awesome and it's always nice to know what a company stands for and what their core values are. There's no mention of when we'll see the branding really start to roll out but you can check out the rest of it on the Cyanogenmod Blog.

Source: Cyanogenmod

 
There are 20 comments

Scotty Olsen says:

The less of Cid the better in my opinion. It's always reminded me of a blatant knock-off of Andy, like how a pear logo or similar fruit are used on TV shows to imitate the Apple logo.

savdini says:

Agreed.. It's just corney to me. Embarrassing if anyone saw your boot up animation.

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eahinrichsen says:

I don't dislike Cid, but my favorite boot animation so far has been the opposite-rotating circles.

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ki11ak3nn says:

My favorite is the AOKP Unicorn. Damn I love that Unicorn!!

KSmithInNY says:

Next up, Gradleware lawsuit for stealing their company logo! Stay tuned for news at 11

DerekMorr says:

Looks a lot like the Gradle logo.

quailallstar says:

Googled the Gradle logo and wow you guys are right.

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BoB16731 says:

ETA till logo change

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mathiasjk says:

Rule 1. of CyanogenMod: Never ask for ETAs.

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savdini says:

Blah blah blah, push out CM11 already and stop screwing around! Just charge for it, I'd gladly pay up to 20 bucks (maybe higher if it was groundbreaking).

The oppo whatever, nobody has it and nobody wants it. Stop wasting your time on it

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BoB16731 says:

O.o cm11 is out last I looked

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savdini says:

Not for Nexus 4. (Not stable at least)

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someguy01234 says:

You are really stupid.

ajpri says:

So with these changes, is the "mod" being dropped " To me, Cyanogen OS sounds better.

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ki11ak3nn says:

I agree 100%. It sounds more professional.

savdini says:

Agreed

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lightofhonor says:

Gamecube.

manimsoblack says:

I really wish we could + or * comments. Get on it Phil!

xamadeix says:

I really wish I could Cyanogenmod on my Galaxy S4. Damn you AT&T.

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ya3goub says:

Tried it on my nexus 7 2013, didn't like it

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