I want to encourage some good App.net apps.
Here’s a bunch of images as a starter kit. If you do something interesting with them and need some more, please get in touch (I don’t have that much spare time, but you never know).
The license: For use in commercial and non-commercial App.net apps, provided you credit me. Not for use for any other purpose.
If you’d like to know how I automate the exporting, make sure you check out the sprite sheets.
I’m on App.net as @marc.
over 1 year ago
There's that charming Bjango settings gear. How'd you land on eight spokes and six inner faces? It looks natural, just asking about process.
Followup question: which comes first for you: @2x or @1x?
I'm not sure why... eight outer spokes renders really well at small sizes, and I wanted the inner hole to not be circular, so it could actually work as a real object. Six sides rendered well at small sizes, too.
I build at 1× first. I think I’ll continue to do that until I have a Retina Cinema Display and Retina capable Photoshop. I try really hard to make sure the 1× document scales perfectly to 2× with no changes or minimal changes (that doesn’t mean using 2px wide lines for the 2× size, just means you have to get a little creative on how you build things sometimes).
This set was put together pretty quickly, but hopefully it all looks ok. There’s a few things I’m not happy about for the 1× size, but I guess I’ll see if anyone uses it before investing more in the set.
The tabbar at the bottom looks a bit like the one from Tweetbot.
Nice idea Marc, hopefully this will encourage some really nice app designs.
Great work, Marc. My only suggestion is to round the app corners.
@Ari Yeah, it could do with some polish. If someone uses it, I’ll gladly spend a little more time finishing it.
Has a tweetbot type of feel. Which I am okay with.
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