I'm currently working on the settings icons for the game UI I am working on. Also showing is a bit of the general UI itself! Which fullscreen icon reads better? Arrows or boxes?
over 1 year ago
The arrows read better. That symbol seems to be across a lot of popular video players. Also, I think the buttons may all be a little too close to each other. I may by accident click on something I wouldn't want to too, due to the closeness. But that's a nit picky thing. :)
But it all looks great Cindy!
Aw, thanks Hillary! Yeah, I knew the boxes symbol was meant for something - video players! After looking at it, they are pretty close! It must be me staring at it for a long time :P
Girl, I do the same thing too! I'll put buttons together on a view, and the be like "WOW, I can't even tap on this!" haha.
I think the arrows are more obvious. Only icon I'm unsure on the meaning is the eye. Love the style!
Looking very good .. :)
I prefer the arrows myself, as well.
The only thing that feels like it could use a bit of adjustment is the arrow on the dropdown container itself. It isn't actually pointing at the Settings gear because of the rounded area the Settings gear is in, so it feels like it's just "hanging out in space" rather than being connected. If that visual connection was a bit stronger, I think it would probably be good to go.
@Jack, thanks! The eye is supposed to toggle " Graphic Quality" as in HD or SD (it's a Flash game). I'm trying to stay away from using letters because the game will be localized depending on what the language is. I've seen other games use the eye so I'm hoping that it will at least be intuitive enough for those hardcore Flash gamers!
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