A logo can make or break it for a startup. It's the first thing that catches your eye in the App Store, on Twitter, and on a website.
When you're just getting off the ground, you need a logo that quickly and creatively portrays what your company does. There's this perfect balance between simple and artistic that will avoid being too corny while demonstrating a meaningful message.
In app download stores logos are crucial for helping new users figure out who you are and what your app does.
The year is still young, but these particular startups have impressed us with their logos, showing a flair for the art.ClaimAir's paper airplane works on two levels: The app is about streamlining airline paperwork.
ClaimAir guides you through the process of getting compensated for flight troubles. You explain the inconveniences you experienced on a flight, and then the app will help you determine your claims and get compensation.
TizU turns your text message into a ticking bomb.
TizU is trying to put a new, fun spin on the messaging app trend. The idea is that you send a message, but delay it until a certain date so the receiver can see that there is a message for them, but can't read it yet.
Just in Case's logo consists mostly of negative space.
This unique startup secures your personal information so that if you suddenly pass away your family can access it. Just in Case wants to create your digital legacy.
Hopefully you won't actually need a magnifying glass for this search.
Roomi will help you find your perfect roommate, letting you chat with potential candidates before committing.
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