Responsive Design

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  1. Ehsan Rahimi Ehsan Rahimi

    Here's an icon for a portfolio website referring to the "Responsive Design" property. How do you feel about it?
    Feedbacks are much appreciated!

    Remember! Any shot is better @2x!

    11 months ago

  2. Dominik Martin Dominik Martin

    The icon is packed with a lot of flares and other stuff. You should remove some of them. Thought nice!

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    11 months ago

  3. Ehsan Rahimi Ehsan Rahimi

    @Dominik This is one of my first ideas about responsive design. I tried to use more details in this one and then evacuate it from that stuff to see how it goes. Thanks for the feedback buddy! :)

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    11 months ago

  4. Ted Goas Ted Goas

    As I designer, I think this is great. I understand what each of the shapes represents and appreciate the extra glare and shadows (the world has enough mono icons, right?).

    But a non-technical audience might not make the connection. There's a lot going on in this little space and it might not be obvious that there's three different displays in there.

    Still, though, as I designer, I dig this!

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    8 months ago

  5. Ehsan Rahimi Ehsan Rahimi

    @Ted Goas Thank you sir for the kind words, really appreciate it.

    8 months ago

  6. Juan Pablo Costanzo Juan Pablo Costanzo

    It's a good first approach, but too many details for an icon (you have the glares, that shadow, the circle, the corners tucked.). Don't know if a user will understand that this is responsive.
    Also the direction os the glares (one at 45 the other at -45 creates confusion to the brain). But you are into something here...

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    7 months ago

  7. Ehsan Rahimi Ehsan Rahimi

    @Juan Thank you for the feedback :) much appreciated.

    7 months ago

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