It's already been done. But wanted to make my version of how I see the Pocket icon. Instead of there being a line around the icon with colors. Why not have the colors shoot out of the "Pocket" logo, giving it more life. Then is something actually coming from the logo itself, and not having a decoration around it. I believe that even the products brand should be illuminating some kind of life and reaction. Just my thoughts. This was a quick job and nothing super fancy.
about 1 year ago
love the colors and flat look!
Nice! I like this a lot!
I like the life you gave to it, the colors shooting out of my pocket really capture the idea, awesome :)
That is phenomenal! I'd download the app just to have this icon on my home screen. (Not that the app isn't worth downloading already!)
Really love this, much better than the current one.
Love the colors on this one
this has an energy to it.... pot o' gold effect.
It looks great. I'm not a fan of the 3d effect on the actual icon at all.
Did I just see a half-pixel? o.O
Err, no, must be because of the (nearly) same saturated colors next to each other.
Way better than the one they're using now. Solid, simple concept.
Flat is so much better than these glossy ones!
That's really simple and elegant!
Pocket seems to really have captured the imagination with their rebrand. As well as they've done, this is definitely an improvement. Great work.
Nice work, Hillary!
Nice :) you could do sizes for iPhone 4, Legacy and iPad, as a great replacement.
Love that! So simple and beautiful.
Sweet colours and icon.
Love this. :)
10 months ago
Love the pocket idea, must be the App icon now !
LOVE your idea! It's cute, simple, and it WORKS. Love it
8 months ago
Simple and beautiful.
Any chance you would share the icon?
I'm not sure about the 'rainbow' effect. This method of execution isn't an accurate representation of their brand—I feel it only dilutes Pocket's mark.
While I don't agree with Pocket's current execution—I feel this is a step further from the best solution.
—Just an opinion.
5 months ago
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