i love Path 2.0 the UI is beautiful , but im not so fan of the icon
so made a replacement in the style of the RSS icon i made yesterday
follow me on @kubilayss on twitter
over 1 year ago
Nice and refined.
its like an HD version of the icon..
I really like this.. but I am missing the book binding context that the current path iOS icon has. I really like that Path suggests itself as a diary-like app. And the book binding really plays to that. I mean no disrespect by this feedback... just sharing my feelings on this.
Wow ! Your texture is very amazing ! Is possible to share this ?
Nice! Brings the book thing more than the actual icon in my opinion.
*fap, fap, fap*
"The Deck" knows what's up... http://cl.ly/2k2b203H1g2Z182C3n3y
Am I the only one who thinks that the stitching is not centered?
Besides that, awesome icon!
no, it´s just an optical illusion ;) love the leather texture & the stiching
I see you gave it the "Find my friends" treatment – not sure I like it, but well executed.
I'm just being picky. ;)
Looks great! However, it looks too close to the Sincerely Ink app icon. It would cause some confusion on the spring board for anyone with both apps: http://cl.ly/290J0t3c0j332c1C3D14
I want to make such awesome iOS icons too!!! Teach me! I want the icon and I want the pattern/texture!!! :D kubilay!!!
go phillies! lol
by Jack / H. Lande
I just love Path 2 and also the path icon by Kubilay. So I tried to make one based on his idea.
Not that good, but worth a try.. I'm still practicing making iOS icons..
You can download it here: http://pixlsby.me/fb/portfolio/path-icon/
over 1 year ago
by Christophe Tauziet
Because I love Path 2.0 UI Design, I had some fun doing my own version of the icon.
As I love the metaphor of the Life Book introduced in Path 2.0, I tried to give to this icon a look that makes you think of a book. Check out the full view for more details.
OMG, it's really Hot! Looks great!
oh gosh! this is osm
Love the texture. I've tried to recreate this in Photoshop. My skills don't come close to yours. Great work mate!
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