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How andrewtuR started their icon or button journey
Who are you known as?
Inner Mind Studios, Inc.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Games for autism. We make mobile apps and games, but our primary mission is supporting the Autism community.
For this App, target audience is caregivers for people with speech problems: parents, grandparents, teachers, speech therapists, caretakers, etc.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We're looking for an app icon for an upcoming communication app called "This or That AAC". The app is used for communicating with nonverbal individuals or those with speech disorders, and offers them a choice of two options. Take a quick look at our app landing page, which includes screenshots of the app: https://www.innermindstudios.com/thisorthat-aac.
-The icon should represent the choice of two options.
-The app slogan is "Speak to Ask, Tap to Choose"
-Some ideas would be opposing colors, signs pointing in opposite directions, a clever symbol representing choice/options, etc. Please bring your creativity here!
-Icon style is open to creativity. Simpler is generally preferred (no full color/realistic 3d objects, etc.). I'd prefer symbols.
-Feel free to explore different color options. The App UI is minimalistic, and uses bright colorful icons. There are a small set of colors actually used in the app (see screenshots on website). So those colors may be good options for the App icon, but not required.
An initial attempt at icon design is attached, but includes a lot of text. I would like to explore options with less or no text.
Also note, the term "AAC" is a common term very familiar to most people caring for a nonverbal person - our target audience. It means any device or method used to assist in communicating when normal speech or writing is not possible. Use of AAC in the actual icon would make it stand out to this audience and differentiate from the many entertainment "this or that" or "would you rather" apps out there. However, AAC is also in the app title, so I'm considering removing it (and all other text).