Adobe Logo

adobe logo
Adobe Systems, Incorporated is a software developing company from the USA, headquartered in San Jose, California. The company has created a family of graphic design applications.

Logo history

Adobe logo history

Adobe Systems, Inc. has changed logo only once. It was designed by Marva Warnock, the company cofounder’s wife, and was in use from 1892 until 1990. The logo consisted of “Adobe” written in caps on a slate gray quadrangle with “Systems incorporated” underneath. The current logo is the white “A” derived from the original 1982 logo on a red background and “Adobe” written below in black. Both logos are simple and memorable. The latest one has set a standard for those of the company’s numerous products (Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, etc.)

Illustrator logo

adobe illustrator logo
Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editor developed by Adobe Systems, Inc. Like most Adobe logos, this one is highly minimalistic and is actually an acronym of the product’s name: a uppercase “A” and a lowercase “i”. The designers colored the logo in orange.

Photoshop logo

adobe photoshop logo
Adobe Photoshop is a popular and advanced raster graphics editor designed by Adobe Systems, Inc. Its logo follows the two-letter Adobe logo concept set by the company’s graphic design team. If is presented by an uppercase “P” and a lowercase “s”.

Flash logo

adobe flash logo
Adobe Flash is a platform intended for creating animated elements and a range of applications and games. The logo design uses the same old minimalistic two-letter pattern featuring a capital “F” and a lowercase “f”. The logo is performed in different


adobe symbol
The Adobe Symbol is not a particular logo pertaining to its particular software product. More likely, it is the uniformly simplistic approach to logo design, which is observable throughout the company’s products’ logos.