(Est. 2014) “Aircall is an intuitive and powerful cloud-based phone system. It’s a complete business phone and call center software in one. Aircall integrates seamlessly with your most-used CRMs and support tools to empower your team with relevant data. Manage your entire phone system, set up dynamic and intelligent call queues, create personalized caller journeys, and automatically route calls to the right representative from anywhere in the world. After receiving $29 million in series-B funding ($40 million to date), Aircall has quickly grown to over 150 employees worldwide. Rapid growth will continue in the next year with ~100 new hires projected between Paris and New York City.”
Muxu.Muxu (Bordeaux, France) and In-house
Our name, logo, and early messaging all helped explain what we do, but they never quite captured why we are doing it and how we are different.
That’s changing today.
This moment is about more than logos, colors, and fonts. It’s a declaration of our priorities at this new stage of the business.
Images (opinion after)
The old logo was not terrible but it was bland and generic, with a phone icon that looked more like signage indicating a phone is available than representing a company. I’m not entirely sure why but I really like the new monogram. The holding shape is interesting and the “A” is intriguing. I was ready to call bullshit on the references in it but, sure, it’s a combination of A, megaphone, and old phone and they yield a groovy monogram. Wordmark is expected but decent — perhaps a dark gray would have been a better pairing for the green than stark black. The color palette is a little random but par for the course for a SaaS company. The quick glimpse at the applications are, again, all decent and simple. Overall, a nice and modest evolution that makes the company look more put together and a much more distinctive logo. [UPDATE: A few more application images have been added.]