We've designed the app icon for the most populate Speedtest.net iPhone app by OOKLA. Looks really awesome on the retina display.
over 2 years ago
Awesome job guys :) Digging the casing inner and outer gradients, it looks indeed really great on the iPhone 4!
Really cool Anton :) A bit disturbed by the perspective for some reason though…
Oh I'm sure it does look great on the retina when it looks this great without it haha.
Damn, I just wanted to post iPhone icon too…But after this… :D
You guys are awesome :)
It looks really nice, stunning in fact :-)
Excellent work. Nice details too btw.
Looks great as usual. I really like the details with light reflections.
Really love the colors and the light reflections. Awesome work as always.
The details are great, but I can't get my head around the perspective, especially at the top. It looks too tall.
I was wondering who did that, figures. lol Great job! :)
Your work really is incredible. I agree with Michael about the perspective though, not quite right in my eyes.
love the reflections..
This looks very nice work. I am really liking this.
Wow! yes. Love the reflection of colours on the inside of the shiny container. A perfect job.
Love this. Did you design the interface too?
Great work on the icon!
No, the interface was designed by OOKLA internally.
I was looking last week, when I got the update for the app, at the icon and i was impressed of how good it looks on the iPhone!
To see it here now done by you, it's simply stunning! Good job!
You never fail to amaze me, Anton. Superb!
cool icon, but strange differents in height dimentions are distructing
I just... can't stop looking at it...
Nice. Feels Tron like.
Love it! Looks awesomely Tron'ish. Great sci-fi effect. :)
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