19 Responses

  1. Kerem Suer Kerem Suer

    Icons I created for the Notus website. I resized them down to show all of 'em at once, original size icons are crisp and sexy.

    Twitter?

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    5 months ago

  2. Sevkan Ariburnu Sevkan Ariburnu

    beautiful

    5 months ago

  3. Giorgio Lefeber Giorgio Lefeber

    At first glance I thought the contrast was to low, but after watching the @2x version that isn't the case.

    I like them, but why does the bottom left icon has a different/bolder font?

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    5 months ago

  4. Andrew Bushmakin Andrew Bushmakin

    You should increase a contrast. It’s hard to identify those icons a lil bit.

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    5 months ago

  5. Marin Sotirov Marin Sotirov

    Except the contrast thing, I'd point out that those are icons, thus they shouldn't have all the elements you've used in the app, instead they should represent the app with simpler shapes. For example the top left icon has some tiny text which can't be read, and they only bring pointless noise. In my opinion.

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    5 months ago

  6. Axel Herrmann Axel Herrmann

    I'm with @Andrew here, especially the on two bottom ones. When I view them in daylight, i guess the light grey is hardly recognizable - maybe a thicker stroke weight might also add something to these.

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    5 months ago

  7. Sebastian Graz Sebastian Graz

    Nice, I agree with what others have said about the contrast and readability. Another thing I noticed on the last icon bottom right is that on the zoomed out version it looks like the cloud has been anti-aliased incorrectly (blurry) due to the strokes being so close to each other (yellow and white). Just a heads up ;)

    5 months ago

  8. Charlie Isslander Charlie Isslander

    These are not an icons at all, it's so thin and crowded (some of them) so you will not see it on iPhone at all.

    5 months ago

  9. Axel Herrmann Axel Herrmann

    As far as I understood these are for the website, more like illustrative icons indicating the functions of the app - not in app icons. @Charlie - still see some contrast issues/crowded issues.

    5 months ago

  10. Fritz Frizzante Fritz Frizzante

    more contrast and bolder typeface, i can't read a thing. might me fancy looking but that's not functional at all!

    5 months ago

  11. Charlie Isslander Charlie Isslander

    @Axel Herrmann Yeah, sorry I see they are icons for web @Kerem Suer but still missing that contrast there

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    5 months ago

  12. Ari Ari

    I'm not sure how large these will be on the site, but at this size they do look too crowded. Also, the clouds icon could use some numbers for consistency, since it's the odd one out here.

    5 months ago

  13. Lukas Hillebrand Lukas Hillebrand

    hard to read in my opinion, soft colors

    5 months ago

  14. Mason Dahl Mason Dahl

    Nice job Kerem!

    5 months ago

  15. Joost van der Ree Joost van der Ree

    great use of colors.

    5 months ago

  16. Sean Farrell Sean Farrell

    Needs a tad more contrast, but looking great

    5 months ago

  17. Kerem Suer Kerem Suer

    Thanks for all the feedback people. I will work on the contrast, it's a spot on feedback. I also need to match font-weights, and match the stroke weights accordingly.

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    5 months ago

  18. D Hans D Hans

    I think i love the color.

    5 months ago

  19. Shaun Moynihan Shaun Moynihan

    Nice work but they look like blue icons on my phone. As many said, increased contrast and you're golden.

    3 months ago

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