Messing about with icon sizes and creating a new version of Rogie's Twitter icon to see how the bird looks (I like how it looks).
over 2 years ago
Hi Dan! I like the small 't' (although It might be able to move up 1px in the icon) & the big bird.
Thanks Dain :) The "t" icons are both as-is from Rogie's set, though I think you're right about the 1px. I used to prefer the old Twitter mark ("t") but lately I'm feeling good about the birdie...
Dan, hit me up. I may have a little gift for you :)
Dan, I like the birdie! You know, that's how we roll in PDX. We put a bird on things to make them look better. http://bit.ly/le85tJ So, thumbs up :)
I love the type treatment and prefer the bird. Also, thinking about verbiage, I try to be consistent between both since they usually sit together and for me it makes more sense to say "Like us on Facebook" since you're asking them to "Follow" you on Twitter. However, I don't know what kind of page you're using on FB so if there's no "like" necessary, it's all good :)
I like, lots.
@Shannon: Yup, usually I shoot for consistency first, but in this case we actually want people to visit the product's page (getting them to "like" it is a secondary goal) so the differences made more sense. It's all about the action we want folks to take :)
I like the birdie! but it may need to be a little darker for the 16x16, he gets a little straining at the bottom half.
Or maybe that's because my glasses are off. I donno, but I like!
@Dan Really loving the bird. It looks so crisp.
I really like the bird version (perhaps a bit) more than the original "t". I do, however, agree with Judson about the 16px icon... the gradient could probably stand to be a bit darker, mostly in the bottom half.
I prefer the small ones. Also, the birdie :)
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