Mark for a Startup

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  1. Ines Gamler Ines Gamler

    One of the projects I enjoyed most in 2012 was a branding and screendesign job for a tech startup from Germany. Here's a simple mark I created for them which will be used as part of the core brand. The mark reflects the company's name. Can you guess it? :D

    Please feel free to check out the full project on behance.

    over 1 year ago

  2. Daniel Keller Daniel Keller

    at first I saw a joystick at the top, but it was clear after a second. it's a really clever approach, really like the fact that the browser stands on a painting stand!
    I guess... paintcode, code(is)art, codingartist, codepainter, paint the web, codebrush..

    I also did a mark for an austrian app startup last year, I'd wonder if you could guess it aswell! it's also on my website, but also on dribbble, I'd love a feedback from you! their website is not live yet tho.
    (too bad the name of the company is easily to spot on both my website and dribbble!)

    over 1 year ago

  3. Florian Grunt Florian Grunt

    maybe it's called concode or artcore? tell us the solution please :)
    by rhe way: at first sight i saw a rocket ... or a tv with antenna.

    over 1 year ago

  4. Ines Gamler Ines Gamler

    Hey guys, thanks for your great feedback. It's very interesting to hear what others think about the mark as I spent a lot of time looking at it ;) I'll post the solution soon, I promise!

    P.S. @Daniel you're pretty close :)

    over 1 year ago

  5. Caleb Sylvest Caleb Sylvest

    Code Easel
    Command Easel
    Code Art

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    over 1 year ago

  6. Jimmy Jimmy

    I *think* it's an easel?

    There's coding and it's accented. But then there's 3 paint drops that's also accented.

    Paintdropcode? Codepaintdrop?

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    over 1 year ago

  7. Liu Yuan Liu Yuan

    I love this style

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    about 1 year ago

  8. Samo Korošec Samo Korošec

    Art and either Terminal or Console? Console Art? Terminal Art? Or Art Terminal?

    Looks pretty sweet, I’d only maybe move a color drop or two (if that’s what they are?) below the canvas, too, where it’d drop when painting.

    Unless I’m completely off with my guesses. :P

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    about 1 year ago

  9. Rob Smittenaar Rob Smittenaar

    Art of Codedrops..

    I'm curious now !! Love the perspective angle !!

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    about 1 year ago

  10. Florian Grunt Florian Grunt

    dropcode would sound cool ...

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    about 1 year ago

  11. Thomas Strobl Thomas Strobl

    Good job Ines, I might go for "Terminart".

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    about 1 year ago

  12. Ines Gamler Ines Gamler

    @Daniel Keller @Florian Grunt @Caleb Sylvest @Jimmy @Liu Yuan @Samo Korošec @Rob Smittenaar @Thomas Strobl:

    Some of you were really close. The startup is called 'Codeatelier'. I know ... the 'Atelier' part was a bit tricky ;) Please feel free to check out the full project on behance.

    PS.: I loved 'Terminart', 'Artcore' and 'Dropcode'.

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    about 1 year ago

  13. Rob Smittenaar Rob Smittenaar

    this project looks really nice Ines !!

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    about 1 year ago

  14. Samo Korošec Samo Korošec

    Sharp! Nicely done!

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    about 1 year ago

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