I’m delighted to announce that the Arsenal FC Blog has relaunched with a new design and logo and you’re viewing the results. Think of it as an early Christmas present!
The entire design of the blog has been revamped from the front page to the actual posts, comments now come with avatars and the About page has had a significant redo. In my opinion it is cleaner, easier to follow and shows off the content on the blog better than ever.
The new Arsenal FC Blog logo is a representation of Arsenal’s past, present and future. It features the club’s modern crest and the iconic red and white colours as its major focus while the maroon colour used in the first years of Highbury and the bright yellow and blue made famous by Arsenal’s 1979 FA Cup win completes the design.
The flags grouped on the top of the banner have been included to recognise the contribution of the biggest Arsenal FC Blog communities around the world. While most of the readers of the blog come from the English-speaking nations of the UK, the US and my native Australia there is also a huge readership in places like France, Spain, Germany and Italy as well as Nigeria and Kenya in Africa and Malaysia.
I wanted to recognise that and including the flags of those nations is my way of saying thank-you for all the readers in those communities for their support and input.
Let us know what you think of the new design in the comments below – praise or constructive criticism are equally welcome.
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