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We develop apps to help maximize the achievement of those with autism primarily targeted for use by autistic kids, their parents and their healthcare professionals.
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There are two kinds of apps that we are developing - one targeted at the kids themselves and the other to their parents/practitioners who work with them. As a result, we want to have two icons -
1. A kid like the one from the game "limbo", with an outstretched fist pump into the air as he jumps up grasping a puzzle piece triumphantly (see photo, and also images from the game)
2. The same kid with a lab coat and a clip board (see images)
We want the pics to be silhouetted / black and white or layered - to keep things simple and clean.