A responsive logo is one with design elements that adapt slightly depending on the device or screen size on which they are displayed without compromising the brand identity.
Design elements that might be replaced or changed may include icons or symbols, company names and slogans, colors, backgrounds, outlines, and other small details.
Take a look at the below images to get an idea of how a logo might change orientation (horizontal vs vertical) and how it might omit certain details to look clearer on smaller displays.
For more info please check the original blog post A step‑by‑step process for creating responsive logo designs by Dribble.
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