Some blunt feedback - no offence meant - based on past experience in advertising and PR., Udemy is an online operation. The name itself tells a newcomer (as I once was) nothing at all. If an uptick is a "universal symbol" I never heard of it until now - and I'm 76. But it looks good anyway:-) And I do like the new uptick and letter U identifying my PC tabs. However, in the full logo, a second line, small font, "online uni" would no doubt help newcomers quickly grasp what the brand is about. "I teach WITH Udemy" is too vague for those first-time visitors. (My first reaction was "what's a Udemy?") "I teach ON Udemy" (see the online connotation?) is more accurate if this is intended to be a message from an instructor. Another phrase for consideration if you want to attract "learners" - "Learn Online - Udemy Uni." As for switching from "students" to "learners," I prefer "students" instead of this obvious attempt at being "inclusive" and PC... speaking of which, where's the Caucasian - white person - among all those gray-scale images? As I said, blunt feedback - no offence meant. Michael Knight.
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