Having trouble deciding which version is the best one. Check out the high res view to see the details, and help me choose one of them (and don't hesitate to give me some feedback too)
over 1 year ago
Damnit, I'm having trouble too. They both look super clean, man. Nice work. I personally would go with the brown option only because it's a bit lighter and I tend to have darker backgrounds on my iPhone and iPad... wait, wouldn't it be nice if you could give iOS users the option of choosing which icon they wanted for their apps? :)
@Jeffrey Jorgensen : Thanks buddy ! I'm not sure what you suggest is even possible technically on iOS, but if that was the case, I would surely do that :)
First one, no doubt!
Nice work! I have to agree with Daniel, I like the first one as well.
Haha, definitely not. But wishing isnt a bad thing ;) Either option works awesome buddy.
Thanks guys ! Really appreciate. Except that I still don't know which one I'm gonna use. All the reviews I had so far are like 50% for one, 50% for the other :)
I like them both, but I agree with Jefferey that the brown one would stand out more on an iPhone. Nice work though!
Sweeet! The first one would be the better choice when using a light background. But like Jeffrey already said I think the most users tend to use darker backgrounds on the phone. So I'd go with the brown one, the contrast would be awesome on dark grey I think.
i prefer the 1st because of it's higher contrast and less generic look. Although Nr. 2 is beautiful I have similar app icons like this on my phone which makes it harder to catch the users eye (in my case.)
Has anybody noticed that there are more "receipts" in the first one than in the second? Should I keep it that way, or remove some in the first one as I did in the second?
If the second one were a slightly darker brown, with the same amount of receipts as the first one, that would be the best one.
by Christophe Tauziet
Thanks to your great feadback, I've been able to choose the best version, and I tweaked it a little bit, adding some shadows and details. Here's the result.
over 1 year ago
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