Here’s a slightly different take on delineating Dustin’s various intertoob addresses using icons. Since the email, web, and Twitter addresses all share common elements, why not mash everything together into the single (and arguably most common) string and then pull them out diagrammatically?
about 2 years ago
The idea is really nice and clever.
IMO the globe icon for the URL is off, both conceptually and execution-wise. Also the brackets are too heavy compared to the text. Have you considered replacing brackets with simple lines and blind-embossing brackets and T and WWW icons? That can both be functional and look clean.
(edit) Ah, didn't notice this was a rebound. Compensate for that when reading the above.
I agree that the parenthesis are a bit heavy, but this was meant to be a quick and dirty test. In fact, @dustinsenos isn’t even Dustn’s actual Twitter handle. I do like the idea of blind embossing.
That is pretty damn clever. Noted for future reference.
I like this Grant, definitely a clever way of getting a lot of information across in one line of text. Thank you for delinerating my attempt!
I should start charging for my services.
JEEZ... Master Shifu strikes again. Boom.
I like these suggestions.
I think you should make your email firstname.lastname@example.org (you probably catch anything @dustinsenos.com anyway right?). Then use graphics (maybe parenthesis, but I don't like how thick those ones get) to point out your email address, twitter, and website.
The twitter logo doesn't make sense to me on there right now?
It's definitely a step in the right direction though.
edit: now I understand the @dustinsenos... too bad he doesn't use that.
I actually just realized that this would totally work for my addresses.
16 days ago
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