World Gasps! New Favicon!

As you know, I’m clearly a man who knows his tech history.

With that comes an awesome responsibility to stay ahead of the pulse, to keep my finger on the ball and my eyes on the curve.

Nowhere is this more crucial as we look to the release of Web 2.1 (beta) than in the world of the favicon: that little square of branding a website sticks in your address bar and bookmarks. 256 pixels that can make or break your online presence.

Some sites take this so seriously that their entire useful content is in their Favicon!

It is with my keen eye on web fashion that I can now announce the bold, fresh new trend in favicon design for 2009:

The bold, fresh piece of favicon. 2009's hottest trend.

The bold, fresh piece of favicon. 2009's hottest trend.

This fulfils all the design objectives of being: a colourful background with funny shapes and that and Dave The Happy Singer on the top looking well rad.

The colours are of course those of Dave The Happy Singer’s most popular song Red, Yellow, Pink and Green. The colours themselves represent Dave’s own core values of Virility, Honesty, Compassion, and Reason.

Expect to see this design trend make a big splash in 2009!

5 Comments

  1. Yitzi
    Posted January 11, 2009 at 00:48 | Permalink

    ITT: Dave intentionally muddles popular expressions to produce innuendo and hilarity.

  2. Posted January 12, 2009 at 00:51 | Permalink

    Already ahead of you my friend

  3. Posted February 20, 2009 at 22:36 | Permalink

    *sigh* – still can’t figure out how to get one on my site… :( Help!

  4. Posted February 21, 2009 at 01:24 | Permalink

    Podblack: I’ve had a snoop at the WP theme you’re using and I think I know how to add the favicon for you. E-mail me at smile@davethehappysinger.com and I’ll send you instructions.

  5. Posted October 4, 2014 at 14:30 | Permalink

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