Our choices for the most intriguing companies of Y Combinator’s latest batch were based totally on compound and our endless proficiency, so it’s time for something far more superficial. Here are the 11 best logo designs from the numerous companies that presented yesterday.

Seeing business go by one minute at a time for like 8 hours was quite mind-numbing, even when a great deal of them were cool, but I constantly perked up when I saw something with a nice logo. I began marking them down, and sure enough quickly a post appeared.

Sadly a lot of these will be bought in brief order and their cool logos retired, like what happened with my preferred recent logo design, DataFleets. I guess it isn’t actually sad because they all get incredibly rich, but there goes a completely excellent logo, you understand?

Anyway, let’s proceed. These aren’t in any particular order other than that the very first three are my favorites and the rest all tie for 4th. Enombic A capital E always makes a great deal of interesting geometric possibilities readily available. Enombic’s logo design makes the most of this famous trisulc visual fallacy while not exaggerating it, offering a clear(if impossible)shape that is likewise undoubtedly a

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— with no extraneous lines or materials, in truth with the outright minimum. The clean type is also well-chosen (and prevents repeating by altering case ). Gold star. Uiflow This isn’t the first time a U and I have been participated

but I believe white on black looks much better than black on white. Our favorite companies from Y Combinator’s W21 Demonstration Day: Part 1Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.