Today on Bud’s Weekly Geek-out . . . Twitter has updated their logo to be just the blue bird, and with it, they’ve released a set of guidelines on what can and cannot be done with said bird.
Someone on the internet think this is so silly that they’ve come up with ViolateTwitterBrandGuidelines.com, a one-stop shop for modifying “the bird” in many and varied ways with a few mouse clicks.
There are buttons for adding speech bubbles, flipping it around, putting it on a ledge, thus violating the buffer space, and there’s even a button to turn it into Batman.