Glassdoor, one of today's largest and fastest growing job sites in the world, revealed its new logo and corporate branding as well as a revamped website and mobile apps.
As the second largest job site in the U.S.(1) Glassdoor has over 41 million people(2) from around the globe come to its website and mobile applications each month.
Glassdoor's new look was developed by the company's internal creative team, in conjunction with creative studio Nelson Cash, to better demonstrate Glassdoor's overall mission and make it even easier for job seekers, employees and employers to understand what Glassdoor is uniquely positioned to achieve: To help people everywhere find a job and company they love and, in turn, help companies more effectively recruit informed candidates.
"For nearly a decade, Glassdoor has been bringing greater transparency to jobs and companies across the globe. With our refreshed brand and website, we aim to bring the human side of job searching front and center to better connect the right people with the right companies," said Moody Glasgow, Glassdoor chief marketing officer. "To us, this isn't just a new logo or an updated color – this new design is part of our promise to create a more trusted, helpful and engaging experience for people everywhere."
Most notably, Glassdoor's new logo is a modern take on the company's original open door frame, intended to evoke "looking inside" a company. Since Glassdoor launched online in summer 2008, Glassdoor products have focused on delivering the most useful features to help people make more informed job decisions.
1 comScore Media Metrix, February 2017
2 Google Analytics, CQ1'17 average
Edited by: G. Davila