It was a pleasure to work with Jelot. He is very professional, fast and creative!
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Very creative with excellent technical skills, and is very easy to work with.
How codybthomas started their logo design journey
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Apfell is a piece of software that's used to hack Apple products, and it's targeted to very technical, cyber security oriented, hackers. It does not have to include the Apple logo, nor does it absolutely have to include the name "Apfell". I would like it to be visually striking, don't shy away from making something pretty detailed, and I want it to be colorful.
Instead of just the plain black/white, minimalistic, Apple logo variations, I was thinking of maybe incorporating the idea of hacking/breaking/finding flaws in Apple as motivation to create things like poison apples, rotten apples, or even apples with a worm/bug coming out of it. I'm not sure how possible it is, but it would be cool if it was based around some sort of character. I plan on using this as a logo for stickers and stuff that hackers love to put on their laptops, so having a type of character makes it pop more.
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The project is located at https://github.com/its-a-feature/Apfell with some screenshots if you wanted to get an idea for what it looks like or does. I'm not set on the current color scheme, so if you find one you like, I can easily change it in the UI. This project aims to allow multiple operators to work collaboratively while hacking apple products. It's not a requirement, but my overarching theme for all of my work is around the old programming adage "it's not a bug, it's a feature". This is referring to coding mistakes not being issues, but "hidden features". It's a fun pun that underpins all of my projects.