Woud really appreciate some ideas and/or rebounds on this one.
Trying to design a diagram/visual that accomplishes the following:
• Does not require any words at all (other than the URL).
• Indicates that this is a critical step.
• Indicates that you use your browser (computer or smartphone).
• Indicates that you can use either a computer or a mobile device to do this.
This is for a print document, so interactivity is out.
over 1 year ago
But how does it fit in whatever step-by-step flow it belongs to? A bit of a context would've been nice to see.
Well i would suggest something, but i'm using it for redesign on a site.
Lets just say I think arrows/leading lines will be your best friend here. As well as making that circled 4 more apparent that it needs to be noticed.
Thats one fine flat browser! I thought it has to be all shiny and stuff (we're working on one for our portfolio) but your version works perfect! Good work!
Perhaps two separate illustrations of browser chrome (one for desktop, one for smartphone) side-by-side, instead of trying to combine them.
could use a compass icon and an alert/exclamation mark icon side by side .. oh actually compass icon with an exclamation mark badged on ....
this obviously assumes that the general public associate compass's with a browser ... they should ... 'explorer' ... 'navigator'.. 'safari' ....
maybe replicate the rounded corners of an iOS app ... general public will definitely associate that with a browser ... the idea is translated ... its up to the viewers to determine if they use their mobile or not ??
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