Thanks for all the awesome rebounds, you guys rock!
Pretty much everyone at Realmac HQ agreed that this was the best rebound: http://dribbble.com/shots/663114-Cleared
Competition: Post a rebound of the Clear icon and at the end of the week (July 27th) the rebound with the most number of likes will receive promo codes for every single one of our apps!
Clear for iPhone: http://www.realmacsoftware.com/clear/
10 months ago
by Anton Kudin
10 months ago
by henrymaxm הנרי
Clear Application Icon Feat. Background.
by Chris Allen
I absolutely love Clear - I use it every single day. I've tried all the themes (including the gift theme, which I just found out about today), but my favorite is Heat Map for sure. I like the menu's blue colors, but the warm colors in the list really look awesome. So, I figured the juxtaposition of the two color palettes would contrast nicely and really bring the check forward.
Realmac - you guys are fantastic. Keep up the insanely great work!
by Mike Arndt
Quick rebound with colors from my favorite Clear theme, Lucky Clover.
by Jonathan Schulz
A little and simple rebound. I hope you like it.
by Kai Halfinger
A rebound for the Clear competition.
I tried to give the Clear icon a 3D effect and wanted to keep it simple. Hope you like it.
by Giulio Magnifico
by Damian Kidd
My take on the clean and very clear app!
by Prekesh Chavda
I can't draw hands for shit. Although I gave it a shot :/
Also I'm available to take on work again! I can make icons and stuff. Get in touch :3
by Jeffrey Gochman
My take on the Clear icon
still my favourite. while the rebounds are great..they're too complex and overdesigned..this looks great amongst my other app icons..simple sometimes reigns supreme.
by Simon Gustavsson
My take on the rebound. A simpler and clearer (hah) icon.
Hope you like it :)
Minor update: http://cl.ly/ILnc
Oh and here's the .psd if you'd like: http://cl.ly/ILRh
by Atanas Mahony
by Zsolt Kocsmarszky
by Darold J. Pinnock
Hope y'all like :-)
I noticed this now :(
by Roland Hidvegi
I had rebounded it a while ago. So submitting it here. Clear icon rebound
by Martin Burdon
My take on the Clear app for iPhone rebound competition :)
Is this 99 designs, did I miss the memo? Fellow designers, wake up. Companies (Dropbox Squarespace) can get free quality work whenever they want. Why would a smart company ever pay you for their next icon design when they can get 99 designs for free on Dribbble? If you want to give away free work and get some exposure, donate your time and efforts to a non-profit organization.
@Smietanski This isn't a spec-work contest. We've already got a Clear icon we absolutely love and we're not going to use any of these designs ourselves (and we're certainly not going to change it). This is simply us giving away some Promo Codes for our apps, and enjoying seeing what folks come up with. —N
@Smietanski Dude, or dudette (i would say the later for being a bit much) Get a grip, I enter these things not to win but to pitch my ideas against others and see how my ideas differ. This certainly is not 99 design because the designs on there are crap. Personally I think all the designers that take part in these things rock. Instead of criticising why dont you take your own advice and donate your time some where else, maybe for a non-profit organisation. Im just saying.
@Damian Kidd how is it that you assume I don't take my own advice? I regularly donate my design time to two non-profit organizations ("I'm just saying").
Yes, @Nik Fletcher, this contest isn't spec work. Neither was Dropbox's or Squarespaces contest. Dropbox and SquareSpace ran their competitions to gain exposure for their brand (free advertising). That was the purpose. I have no problem with that in and of itself. That is savvy marketing, and designers who wish to participate can do whatever they want with their time. My point is that as far as the big picture is concerned, those contests are a step in the direction of free spec work and crowd-sourced design. In my opinion, it is not beneficial to the industry.
@Damian Kidd I agree, 100% that 99Designs is crap and Dribbble is quality. To me that is the issue.
Could a company crowd source quality design concepts at Dribbble for free if they wanted too?
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