Some more icons for Tally, these are for the website. Blue & red glow is added for presentation's sake here.
about 1 year ago
Love the shading/highlights...soft feel, lookin' good @Yummygum
Oh so Yummy!
Nice! I like the soft friendly shading!
really like the depth and accentuating dark lining!
Nice way presenting these sexy icons.
This part is bugging me a little: http://cl.ly/L30y
Win! Those are very nice.
@Jari Sanders yeah, that was a tricky one. Nicely spotted. a thicker cover going to the back was a little too much compared to the size of the icon, the shadow coming of the cover on the pages was the solution. But I see your point. Thanks!
nice one man! @Yummygum
Whoa, incredible attention to detail! Great work!
The icons are sexy, the shadow kind of.. annoys me.
@Daniel Sandvik Haha, you mean the shadows on the 'floor' at the bottom of the icons, or the blue-ish glow behind the icons?
@Yummygum The blue-ish one heh.
The most amazing icon my friend. Nothing else to say!
What my bucket says :)
Looking sharp once again. The only one that doesn't feel right is the timer, because of the blueish soft background between the black hands of time. In the other icons the colors are stronger and less soft/blurred, so because of that it doesn't really mesh well with the rest in my opinion.
These are white hot and cool as ice at the same time. Yum!
You should add "crisp" to you're tags, because this is very crisp!
I like the sharp details and edges. Nice touch is the "Tally" signature on the paper stack. ;)
@Yassine Bentaieb Thanks dude. I see what you mean with the clock sticking out. It probably also has to do with the shape (circular vs. squared shape of the other icons). We really wanted to have a radial fade out on the blue stuff to make it look like time that's passing (and being clocked). But yeah, maybe you're right about it sticking out too much. Thanks for the feedback :)
@Daniel Sandvik Aah glad you were talking about the glow, cause we added that just for the dribbble shot, it isn't on the final icons we delivered to the client.
@Alexandre Naud Thanks Alex
@Mason Yarnell Ha! Now you mention it, that's kinda of a funny coincident :)
@Fares Farhan Sweet! Thanks
@Matt Gentile Haha yeah. You think they're too crisp btw?
@Thibaut Ninove Cool thing you noticed that man, thanks!
@Yummygum not at all, they look fresh!
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