Press kit

About IconJar and its history

IconJar for macOS was designed and built by Davey Heuser and Curtis Hard. It has been developed out of first hand personal frustration, but after posting a Dribbble shot we noticed that more people were experiencing trouble organizing their icons. People wanted an app to organize their icons, but we weren't sure how many. We launched a landing page, and 1500 people signed up in roughly 2 days.

The icon landscape is very diverse and people have a lot of icon sets stored on their computers. IconJar lets people store these icons within just a click away. During this journey to our 1.0 release (which took three years of which two of those were a public beta) we've always had effectivity and efficiency in mind. We wanted to make sure people were able to find their icons quick and easy and user feedback during our public beta helped a lot with that.

The honey jar logo

Our beautiful logo was designed by Jord Riekwel. We wanted to make the logo look playful and therefore we used Winnie-the-Pooh's honey jar as inspiration.


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Our press kit contains our logo, sample screenshots and product photos. Please get in touch with us whenever you need more information about IconJar, we're happy to answer them.

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