The dotdigital logo revels in the Olympics

We’re loving the Games being here in London. They have created a feeling of excitement, optimism and healthy competition that we’ve never seen before. Such a contrast from the gloom of the credit crunch.

So we’ve been celebrating in our own little way, with the the dotdigital logo. It’s been on a constant shape-shift reflecting its favourite sports: badminton, table tennis, tennis, football, sailing and swimming.

Here are the logos we’ve had so far:

We’ve got more up our sleeve (yes, dotdigital has a sleeve), so keep your eye out. You’ll need to log in each day this week to see the logos.

There’s a clue to which sports we’ll be covering in each line of the verse below:

On Monday, we’re making a splash
For Tuesday, our logo’s the target
On Wednesday, Team GB pedal to glory
On Thursday, we’re bouncing with joy
For Friday, we’re racing to a golden finish

If you think you’ve worked out each sport featured on the logo this week, email marketing@dotdigital.com today (Monday 6th) and if you’ve got it right, we’ll get a you a dotdigital travel card holder, so you can travel round the city in impeccable style. And if you have any ideas for our logo post-games – just email them to marketing@dotdigital.com.

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