It was a pleasure to work with MAM2. The designer was responsive, and always found a creative response to any feedback. The result was an icon that I was delighted with.
How glitch.apps started their icon or button journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Stitch & Share is an Android app that makes it able to stitch multiple screenshots of scrollable content into one single image. This make it easy to share for instance parts of a conversation with others.
The app is already live, so everyone can try it out: http://www.stitchandshare.com
Goal of the app is that using it would be faster and easier for the sender and for the receiver than sending individual screenshots.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
An app icon for Android. The app icon should stand out in the Play Store and make it instantly clear what the app does. The icon should be in line with Google’s Material Design language, like the app itself is. It should look good low (72x72), but especially high (512x512) resolutions.
Two colors which are used are primarily #03A9F4 and secondarily #8BC34A; these may be used.
I've attached an image what, in my opinion as a non designing developer, represents what the app does. The current icon should not be leading in any way.
When a user searches the Play Store for 'long screenshot', 'big screenshot' or 'tall screenshot' it is listed high, so those key words can be the first step of the funnel and the icon the second step.