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Tide is recognized for its distinctive orange-and-yellow bullseye logo. The original logo was designed by Donald Deskey, a famous industrial and identity designer. Tide was the first product to be nationally packaged using Day-Glo colors, strikingly eye-catching when first introduced. Currently, the Tide brand is given to over half a dozen powders and liquid detergents in the United States alone.
The logo has been slightly modified for the product's fiftieth anniversary in 1996.
The logo was modified in 2008, making the yellow circle gradient, updating the font, and fixing the white space in the text.
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