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Facebook sure spelled “password’ wrong in new Instagram renders

Facebook sure spelled “password’ wrong in new Instagram renders

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Facebook sure spelled “password’ wrong in new Instagram renders

You’ve probably heard the news by now: Facebook‘s got a new logo. It’s pretty bland and boring, but hey, at least it fits the dynamics of its platform. Anyways, the Zuckerberg empire made one silly mistake in the announcement of its new look: it spelled “password” wrong in the Instagram renders it showed off. Twice.…


You’ve probablyheard the newsby now: Facebook‘s got a new logo. It’s pretty bland and boring, but hey, at least it fits the dynamics of its platform. Anyways, the Zuckerberg empire made one silly mistake in theannouncementof its new look: it spelled “password” wrong in the Instagram renders it showed off. Twice.

Instead, the images awkwardly read “passwqord.” Somehow, this little blunder slipped past an entire team of designers, brand creatives, and communications reps. Incredible. (In all fairness, it seems we also missed it when we reported on the new logo yesterday.)

Anyways, take a look at the work of hundreds of professionals:

Of course, one can’t help but cut Facebook some slack for its absentmindedness.

The company’s got bigger fish to fry — like US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortezgrindingits flustered leader over its political advertisement practices, andlosing thousands of content moderatorsbecause they couldn’t handle the terrible working conditions. You know, regular Facebook stuff.

So in the big scheme of things, misspelling “password” is hardly a concern.

Anyways, now that the slip-up is finally starting to gather momentum on Twitter, chances are Facebook will soon update the renders.

No worries, though, theinternet never forgets.

[H/TOwen Williams]

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