Originally I set out to only modify the icons of Visual Idiot and Dan Dean, but I ended up overhauling them pretty extensively. I started with retina versions, then scaled them down and tweaked things as necessary for the 1x versions. The small versions need a little more work I think, but these are a decent first pass.
Thanks to @Visual Idiot and @dandean for the freebies I riffed off. Much love
12 months ago
These looks awesome, particularly like the Mastercard. However, the circles aren't up to scratch on this card- http://cl.ly/LZYh they have straight edges on both sides as well as the circle with the line through it inside.
Overall, looking good - and top work on Git already. You're doing an awesome job bro!
Such a thing has long been on my to-do list! Do some of the the smaller versions need as much detail as you’ve included? Could for example the Amex, Discover and JCB versions be simplified further while still being recognisable?
Otherwise, these look really wonderful.
them cards is “mad button-y” yo
Thanks for the feedback!
James: Definitely hear you on those edges. Didn't notice how bad they were until your screenshot.
Paul: Perhaps not. Each of the cards you mentioned could really be simplified and still be effective and recognizable.
I really like smoothness of
http://dribbble.com/shots/706054 payment icons that Kyle Ruane http://dribbble.com/kyleruane did.
10 months ago
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