Wrapping up my weekend project, with much credit due to my newly acquired copy of Guilder, and some unapologetically dark CSS3. I'm almost finished!
about 2 years ago
Never apologize for dddark. Sexy, for sure.
by Micah Rich
Here's the pitch: I've been working on iPhone icons here and there for a couple years, and sometimes stuff that looks amazing in Photoshop just didn't sit well on the home screen. I needed a quick way to see it in context, especially when I don't have the code.
So Iconico lets you upload your icon, and besides showing you how it'll look at all the different sizes, gives you a URL that you can install as a bookmark on your homescreen, which magically shows you your icon in context!
Simple & easy.
about 2 years ago
MIcah — I feel a bit sheepish. My brain was indicted today on charges of blatant thievery.
To my sheer horror, I pulled up Tyler's Guilder bucket, and saw this, your ICONICO shot sitting merrily inside. I realized the 'codename' for my WIP interface is eerily close to yours, which I undoubtedly saw prior to picking it. This cannot be a coincidence. Thankfully, mine is just a code name, but now I feel like a schmuck.
On the other hand, I guess it's a confirmation that I liked this with both my brain and my heart. :)
(awesome URL, btw)
Haha of course, forgiven. And if the case really was subconscious thievery, I'm flattered, even if it's just a codename. It looks really good, honestly; don't listen to the "it's too dark" naysayers. Hopefully yours will have more people interested than Iconico has. :-P
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