Working on icons for our Android app, "Saber." Wanting to go towards the set we use on our web and iOS applications, but maintaining our app's current visual character — the Android Holo theme.
about 1 year ago
I'd very much appreciate any feedback. Some notes:
• I very much dislike the notes icon. It's a modification of the Android edit icon currently in use.
• Seems like the project icon (A1) needs some work – the check is fuzzy.
I'd be glad to give feedback ;)
The Accept, Pencil, Comment & Calendar icons are systems' defaults, so there's no need to reinvent the wheel. Except I see that you tweaked "Go to today" system's icon to look 100% like calendar now. That's cool.
Yes, project icon (A1) definitely needs some work about that fuzziness. Do you do those icons in vector format or rasterized? Looks like some non-vector resizing happened there :)
And that B2 icon looks just great! What does it represent?
@Design Mustang I'm not a fan of the comment icon as seen in Android at the moment. The goal with these is a blend of Do and Android, just like our app's goal is.
I do the icons in vectors, and pixel hint them – usually paying more attention to xhdpi than hdpi. The fuzziness comes from working with angles that are tougher to crispen at smaller sizes.
B2 is "Description"
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