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CC: If you call it a logo, it does remain true to the intent of the site. But as we evolve and technology evolves, brands should be evolving. I think this is a missed opportunity, especially as more competition arises from social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
JD: It goes against the nature of the craigslist movement to create a logo. Their brand attitude is to be not about brand or attitude. But since it started as a movement and grew into a name, it works.
AV: I think it is in dire need of change, even if it's a minor touch-up. Just something that makes it seem like they care about the brand and are paying attention.
RW: It looks like the classifieds. This says this is a simple process. You're welcome here. The way they run craigslist as one word immediately implies a URL. It's a passion brand.