Tiny parts of a not so tiny project. I never specialized in icon design, so go easy on me.
Scanner, networking, ZIP File, PDF File
9 months ago
They look awesome. Great job Kerem!
these look great! the pattern for zip is clean and clever. if anything, id say the scanner blur could use some more love
The fingers on the handshake seem too long (unless that's a stylistic choice). I'd also like to see similar shapes on pdf repeated for the zip. Otherwise, super nice style, like the palette too. Nice stuff, dude.
For me the bar code icon seems to break away from the clean style of the others and (without seeing the whole project) may look out of place in the finished product.
by Rich McNabb
Here's my take on the bar code scanner from @Kerem Suer in keeping with the clean style of the rest of the icons.
9 months ago
Love the style.
My advice would be.
Add red to the others or leave them blue all; including a different color specially in shape icons make them "pop" more than the other ones, I'd be great if the red ones were the "call to action" ones.
Again with the bar cade scanner you add a different element from the rest, besides red you're using a gradient and blur, causing conflict with the rest of the theme, in here there's not much to do as you can't really get away the scanner concept without the gradient, but keep of the blur leave the gradient sharp and make it get to a third the code.
And I'm with @Jens Windolf about the pdf and zip, both represent files so you should consider keeping them the same shape.
Absolutely loving that bar code scanner.
Great work on the .zip
Not convinced with the scanned blur (different style). And would make the file type icons (zip and pdf) the same orientation.
Other than that they look great.
Dig the colors Kerem. One thing I noticed was the barcode is pretty tight. Usually the amount of whitespace is similar to the bars themselves.
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