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
10 months ago
I really like this one.
I really like this one, it reminds me too much of the Cheddar App icon tho.
@Raul Rincon wow, that was similar! I honestly have never seen it before, but darn! Thanks for telling me :)
@Simon Gustavsson no worries! It still is some remarkable icon design. Just happens to be similar. I would still take this one over the current live one haha.
Why is the checkmark depressed instead of raised from the background? Nice vibrant colors.
@Tor Løvskogen Bollingmo because I like this approach better ;)
@Simon Gustavsson Clearly this is the best version!
Probably the simplest and best clear icon redesign.
@Luke Dorny @Guillaume Gaubert thanks a lot :D
@Simon Gustavsson I'd love to test how it looks on my screen :p
@Guillaume Gaubert me too, but I haven't had the time to create a 114px version. This is the non-existant 144px version. You could try to edit the .psd I provided if you like, of course :)
@Simon Gustavsson I made the 114px version and I put it on Previ.co to preview it. You can preview it on your iPhone too here: http://previ.co/16
@Guillaume Gaubert oh cool! Only thing is that the inner border radius gets messed up.
@Simon Gustavsson Yup, sorry for that!
It's simpler and cleaner, indeed. Though I believe the current one resembles the app visual style and interactivity in a practical way.
@Rolando Murillo yeah that's true!
by Tobias Reich
I don't like the original The Hit List iPhone icon, so I used Simon Gustavsson Clear Rebound to build a quick replacement.
Here's the icon and the .psd file: http://cl.ly/IXTT
How to replace the icon without Jailbreak.
You can follow me on Twitter.
10 months ago
nice @Simon Gustavsson
Thanks, @Mani :)
9 months ago
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