Back in 2007 a daisy flower was hastily chosen as Webconverger's logo to express simplicity. Over time it has found to be a little too generic and probably not reflective of our "enterprise" positioning in the PC software market. Therefore we commissioned to update the logo to be a little more unique and serious looking.

Update rationale

The old formats of Webconverger's logo are:

The new logo is:

  1. The petal symbolises a configured machine, typically deployed via USB stick, hence the shape
  2. The detached petal, demonstrates machines can be easily detached and reattached. i.e. moved between configurations or even to leave Webconverger services altogether, since we actively protect customers from vendor lock in
  3. The centre symbolises a customer configuration, e.g.[CUSTOMER_EMAIL]

The font used is

The canonical location of the new logo is:

Incorporating Webconverger's new icon into the browser chrome

Currently users have no idea what kiosk software they are using. So with the logo embedded now a curious user can hover over the flower icon embedded into the top right of the {webconverger,webcnoaddressbar} chrome to see the tooltip Webconverger. They cannot interact with the icon and cannot click away to browse for example.

Hopefully our new symbol can give confidence to the user, that they are using a secure & privacy concious Web kiosk!