- For the main page of this wiki, see Logopedia.
This is the original logo, first made in 2010.
The logo was updated in June 2010.
This logo detaches the "L" from the "P". This logo had to be retired because of Wikia's new skin, which forces Wikis to have a wordmark's maximum size two hundred fifty pixels wide, sixty-five pixels tall (250x65 pixels). Used from July 2010 to October 26, 2013.
This logo has been used since October 26, 2013.
When Wikia implemented a new skin across its site, Logopedia needed a new logo. Initially, Logopedia used the default blue text for a short time which was used from October 9 to October 31, 2010.
At the time, the American clothing chain Gap had introduced a much criticized new logo. Logopedia joined in the mockery by adopting a parody of the new Gap logo, consisting of the name written with Helvetica with a blue square next to it.
The new Gap logo turned out be short lived, and the company soon switched back to its old logo. Logopedia also later switched to a parody of the previous Gap logo after about a week.
The Gap parody logo was never intended to be a permanent logo, so on November 1, 2010, a new wordmark, this time in the Helvetica font was introduced.