**Ignore the current site's design/icons/etc, but you can get a rough feel for the product by signing up for the beta**
Check out http://scrapp.it and sign up for the beta - it'll give you a chance to try it out and read some of the copy. Read more about us at http://blog.scrapp.it.
Gold/custom web design contest likely to follow.
Here are some things we think might associate to the product:
- Do it yourself/DIY culture - Modding, changing, configuring or tweaking (having control over something you might not have had control over before)
- Wise, smart, savvy, ahead of the curve, but not intimidatingly so.
- Easy to use and friendly - logo should have wide appeal to web users - not an overtly nerdy/techie or gamer logo.
- That the basic building block of scrapp.it is an "app". For example if the logo character is using tools than maybe they look like tiny apps (whatever it is that people think 'apps' look like). Taking an app-centric focus is ok.
- Animals/anthropomorphs are also ok/encouraged. Avoid using a fox, a monkey or anything else that invites similarity with other browser-centric functionality. Ideal animal is creative, sleuthy, intelligent, playful, friendly.
Some notes on the product that might be relevant for logo creation:
- This product is made for and supported by the end user - not a publisher or company as far as target market. It's a product for consumers to have centralized, portable control over their experiences.
Mozilla Add-On Marketplace
Chrome Web Store
Examples of logos/sites we like:
Github & the Octocat, Cloudflare, Pusher, Pivotal Tracker, Wunderlist, Charles Proxy, Alfred App Launcher, Sparrow Mail, Evernote, Aquamacs, Cyberduck, Skitch, Arduino, startupli.st