In 1982 Adobe was a two-man army and its soldiers were John Warnock and Chuck Geschke. The designer of Adobe’s first logo was none other than John Warnock’s wife Marva Warnock, who was a graphic designer herself.
Company’s first logo had its full name, Adobe Systems Incorporated, printed on bluish-grey background in a running font. Letter “A” was modified in form of a triangle. The old logo conveyed “professionalism” of the company.
The current Adobe logo has letter “A”, slightly modified from the original, on a red background. In the new logo, only Adobe is spelled with “A” in upper case. The current logo is a symbol of success, efficiency and innovation and harmony.