This UI is proving to be a little bitch to me. Can't seem to get it right. However, just showing the icons I did for it. Pretty chuffed with how they came out!
over 1 year ago
I really like the third one :)
Nice bro. I dig the subtle top-highlight.
Dude, these are really great. Iconography is definitely one of my FAVORITE categories of design. I think that the Gallery icon can be "tuned" a bit. Is that a stack of photos? I'm not quite sure what it is.
Awesome James, just the gallery icon looks like a battery, you can rework that Icon, I love the photo background. Nice work!
i feel like the door is a bit off, maybe a little less "perspective" on the door.
but I like it.
for the gallery you might try the apple cover flow for inspiration.
just shooting some ideas, because I have to agree that it looks like a battery :p
HOLY! Those icons are top notch!
That cutlery icon kicks some serious ass!
I agree with Tom, though: Apple's coverflow icon would have more clearer meaning.
you’re one talented guy.
Thanks so much for all the kind words guys.
This is just brilliant.
Great accent details on the images. Sharp!
I'm currently working on a mobile application for a major pharmaceutical company. One of the glyph icons that I was tasked with creating was a very similar "spoon, knife, fork" to indicate meals like you have here.
The biggest thing I learned is how sensitive some regions are in regards to the positioning of the knife blade facing outwards. Strange right? But apparently it's taboo in some cultures.
I obviously don't know the context of this application but I wanted to share the bit of insight I had gained from my experience and user testing with an international testing base. You can read a little more on the details of why it's considered "taboo" here.
Looks like this project is going well :D
Very interesting indeed Courtny! Thanks for sharing :)
Personally, I really like that gallery icon!
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