Version 5 of Twitterrific is on it's way, we've completely rethought the app from scratch and part of that was revisiting the app icon as well. Ollie has gotten a lovely makeover to be more smooth, simple and stylish.
about 1 year ago
Lovely cleaner Ollie :) Just like the app i'm guessing.
Friggin amazing! Love the makeover.
Loving the new smooth style. I noticed the difference right away and it's a welcome change. I hope the app reflects the stellar work of the icon as well. :D
It has become everything you have said and the app icon is just gorgeous ;)
Damn, David… I can't love this guy more!
I want to touch it.
Those eyes... They beckon le tweets.
Love it, very smooth and clean. Glossy head feels strange to me. Overall - great work @David Lanham! :D
Ollie is my favourite. You are so good David :)
I demand to see the 1024.
Will Twitterific 5 be available for mac too?
Ollie is now a female. Sigh. Feminists everywhere
lol (not srs)
I see a lot of minor improvements which makes a stunning end result! Great job :)
In love with those eyes. Very well done, sir.
@Adrian Fahrbach Just the iOS version for this launch.
David is this done in Illustrator or Photoshop? Or both?
I've totally switched to Photoshop for icon work, the results are so much smoother overall.
@David Lanham Do you still use illustrator for complex path work on the icons and then import to Photoshop?
The level of details is just stunning!
@Eli Schiff Not usually unless it's a shape photoshop just doesn't do. I can generally get Photoshop to do what I need though.
@David Lanham Thanks, that's good to know. Not to prod you on your icon process, but generally do you start at 1024/2048px and design at 50 or 25%? Or do you work at 512px and scale 2X?
I wonder how design workflows will change when retina-ready Photoshop is released. It's clear that Apple is ignoring the small sized icons at this point: http://cl.ly/image/2m462A180e3g
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