It’s been a rush here at Webcubator Technologies the past few weeks.
Days and weeks of planning have finally come together…
And it’s now time for all of you to see what we’ve been working on.
So, without further ado, we’re extremely happy and excited to unveil our fresh new logo!
Why did we feel the need to change our logo?
A strong and relevant logo conveys our business’ vision.
It’s the face of our company and something that our potential customers notice about our business.
Hence, we wanted our logo to reflect professionalism, trustworthiness, and our capabilities as an IT company.
Also, we didn’t want anything complicated - just something simple, yet elegant.
We interviewed the people behind the formation of this logo, Nitin Sareen, Shakeel Chikodi and Santosh Kamble, our Managing Partners.
They took some time off to answer a few questions.
Q: What inspired you to come up with a new logo?
A: We wanted to convey the clarity of our vision to our clients, our people and everyone else who we come in contact with.
Q: Could you tell us a little about the colors used?
A: Blue stands for ‘global outreach’ borrowed from the ‘Globe’ and the golden yellow of an egg stands for ‘extremely precious’ borrowed from ‘Gold’.
Q: What is the importance of an egg in the logo?
A: The egg in the logo demonstrates the incubation process for our client ideas and products. It also suggests incubation for talent that works with Webcubator.
Incubation is the process of keeping an egg warm to hatch the little ones.
At Webcubator (Web + Incubator), we create the perfect atmosphere for innovative minds to flourish and work together to attain a common goal.
Q: How do the values of Webcubator align with the logo?
A: We wanted to showcase our global presence and outreach through our agile team and processes, coupled with our keen understanding of technology.
We also wanted to lay out how we value our clients and incubate their ideas and products as our very own.
The new logo gives us a more approachable feel, which we believe is a better reflection of our company culture.
This is a new phase in our organization, which paves a clear path for our future endeavors.
So, what do you think about our new logo? We’re eager to hear your thoughts.
Leave them in the comments below.