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  1. Matt Olpinski Matt Olpinski

    nice!

    over 1 year ago

  2. Ollin Ollin

    Looks nice! I wish the color were a little more rich, like this, but I guess the color scheme is already part of the existing design. If this is the app icon, you might want to add something to the center to draw the eye towards? Right now it is sort of like a background with no...er...focus. Still, well-executed, I love the indent around the screws and the nice worn texture.

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    over 1 year ago

  3. Seth Jenks Seth Jenks

    @Ollin Do you have a "palate" or a color range of colors that are vibrant on the web? I seem to have the same problem with a lot of my icons. The colors seem vibrant in Photoshop but tend to be dull when I export them to a web format.

    over 1 year ago

  4. Ollin Ollin

    @Seth Jenks Nah, I just use vibrant colors to start and don't dull them by using multiply or other blend modes that don't preserve saturation. The only reason export should dull them is if you are using .jpg, sometimes that screw up the colors :/

    over 1 year ago

  5. Angela ⋅ Toffeenut Design Angela ⋅ Toffeenut Design

    @Seth Jenks Or if your Proof Setup is wrong.

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    over 1 year ago

  6. Angela ⋅ Toffeenut Design Angela ⋅ Toffeenut Design

    @Ollin The client wanted the yellow to not be too in-your-face thus the less saturated tone. :)

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    over 1 year ago

  7. Seth Jenks Seth Jenks

    I am probably doing all of those things wrong. @Ollin Do you recommend .png 24 to preserve color? @Angela | Toffeenut Design| Toffeenut Design I feel sheepish asking this but what is a Proof Setup?

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    over 1 year ago

  8. Angela ⋅ Toffeenut Design Angela ⋅ Toffeenut Design

    @Seth Jenks In Photoshop > View > Proof Setup, make sure you're set to RGB (monitor). :)

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    over 1 year ago

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