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35 Years Pin: A Lifelong Relationship
Even as opportunities in Silicon Valley dramatically grew throughout the twentieth century, Hewlett-Packard’s values and culture enticed many people to spend their entire careers with the company. Thi ...
A Look at the Logo: HP’s Simplified Logo
In 1946, with the company’s instrument and measurement business growing by the day, the Hewlett-Packard logo was simplified to create something legible and easy to engrave. Its basic elements remained ...
A New Look: 1960’s HP Logo Redesign
Shortly after introducing its first computer, Hewlett-Packard redesigned its logo for the first time in more than 20 years. The iconic lowercase initials within a circle remained, but the legs of the ...
A Signature Color Scheme
The Hewlett-Packard logo’s blue and white color scheme was first introduced in 1979 as part of a logo redesign. The color scheme would continue to be a part of the company’s brand from that point forw ...
An Enduring Mark: HP Logo 20-Year Pin
Twenty years after it was first trademarked, Hewlett-Packard was still using its original logo. The milestone was commemorated by this pin.
Hewlett-Packard’s First Logo
Hewlett-Packard’s first logo, introduced in 1941 and trademarked in 1942, was the beginning of a company icon. The logo would be modified many times in the ensuing years, but the lower-case italic “hp ...
Inventing A New Logo: 2000 HP Redesign
In 2000, the company logo returned to using the “hp” initials without spelling out the company name. The word “invent” evoked Hewlett-Packard’s history as a company of inventors, its ability to reinve ...
Modified HP Logo: A Pocket-Sized Logo
Since the Hewlett-Packard logo introduced in 1967 could be too big for some products, the company developed a modified logo to adorn some devices. The rectangle encasing the iconic lowercase italic “h ...
Outside the Box: Early HP Packaging
Packaging for early products emphasized the trusted Hewlett-Packard name, but didn’t feature many visual adornments.
Personal Touch: 3D Printing Embossment
Hewlett-Packard technology could also allow for cool embossments — like the company logo.