Apple logo dissected A diagram suggesting that the Apple logo owes it’s perfect proportions to the principles of the golden ratio. Via GOLD3N RATIO, via Buamai. Share thisTwitterFacebookPinterestemail also on iainclaridge.net Bloomberg Businessweek: London Welcomes The WorldTerminal ControlPierre Paulin CM141 DeskDelaunay wristwatch 4 Comments Thiago Barcelos on July 19, 2011 at 3:58 am We can find the golden ratio in all Apple’s products. Since the hardware of the Macs and iGadgets until the interface design of the Mac OS and iOS systems, in the icons, web site. Everything. it’s a great branding. take a look at these studies i made beyond that you posted at http://www.gold3nratio.tumblr.com :) Reply Musback on July 22, 2011 at 8:09 am Well, basically, if you ‘search’ for it like this, you can find a certain ratio in pretty much everything. Exactly like you can “prove” everything with lies, damn lies and statistics. Sure they’ve thought about their logo, but come on guys they’re not Gods http://gold3nratio.tumblr.com/ is just completely rediculous, everybody knows basic design rules require somewhat golden ratio. It’s like those sites about Cydonia, where they “calculate” suspicious angles between pretty much random objects and “oh my god could it be on purpose, it’s aliens!!????” Lol at the website golden ratio and especially lol at the insides of their computers… Serious? Reply Iain on July 22, 2011 at 10:24 am I am loving some of the comments on Reddit relating to this..! http://bit.ly/pEQo19 Reply Jan on August 15, 2011 at 8:48 am It’s feakin’ far away from golden anything ;) Reply Trackbacks/Pingbacks A Playful Experiment in Parallax Scrolling and the Mystery of Phi – get addicted to ... DAILY MIX OF CREATIVE CULTURE - [...] Found in art, architecture, design, and most intriguingly, in nature, this ratio has been used throughout history and to… Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.