When CSS3 was introduced, I thought it could only be used to do simple effects like border radius and box shadow. But some people have designed amazing logos using CSS3 only. This shows the power of CSS. Below I have listed Some brilliant examples of CSS3 logos which don’t use any images and are created using coding only.
1. Twitter Logo
A pure CSS3 based Twitter logo created with the help of few divs and CSS properties such as border radius, gradients and box shadow.
2. Opera Logo
A beautiful Opera logo created with the help of CSS3 properties like border radius, box shadow and linear gradients.
3. Chrome Logo
Chrome logo using CSS3 which works in Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera.
4. HTML5 Logo
A nice HTML5 logo using CSS. Its not exactly the same as original but its nice attempt to make it using CSS3. The logo is created using properties like opacity and transform and :before and :after pseudo elements.
5. Internet Explorer Logo
Internet Explorer logo with CSS only. It is best viewed in Firefox 3.6 and Safari 5.
6. jQuery Logo
jQuery logo created with the help of border-radius property. It requires a browser capable of rendering border-radius.
7. jQuery UI Logo
jQuery UI logo created by the same author who created jQuery logo.
These logos are brilliantly designed with CSS3 only and are source of inspiration. People created these logos with their amazing CSS skills. If you have also created a logo using CSS only, you can ask me to publish it here.