Exploring some social button options for the new Sevenly site—more to come soon!
about 1 year ago
I'd lose the horizontal line.
Love it, though.
I respectfully disagree with Daryl, the line is what I like most about this
Love it. Nice work Shaun. =)
I rather like the line. And the circles. And the icons.
@Eric Ressler http://i.qkme.me/35b9hz.jpg
I'm not sure about the size of the icons. Have you tried some other colors. Also not sure about that line. Have you tried some different size strokes? What about some different shapes? Why a circle? What does it do on hover? What's going on in the background. Have you tried some different opacity levels and overlays for that image?
Lol...I feel like I'm strange for liking this and having no qualms with it. Just feels right. Are you thinking of animating the background color of the corresponding icon on hover?
Ahh, sticking that fat little twitter bird in the middle makes the balance feel so lovely. Bravo.
Haha I was obviously kidding. It looks great!
Ya i'm really diggin the lines
The Facebook F is better than the... original Facebook F.
Great work Shaun...love it
What about squares or rounded squares instead of circles? Love the horizontal line.
Also, I'm liking how much Sevenly cares about iterating their design. :)
Nice background ;)
I kinda like the horizontal line too. I did the same icons for our website hostus.
I'm not completely finished with it though... don't judge me!
Good job @Shaun Moynihan. But that horizontal line... get rid of it and it's perfect!
really cool! love it :)
I like this with the horizontal line in it. Would love to see the page it is in too :)
looking very good :)
Love the idea. Keep the line.
+1 for the lines. Love it!
+1 for the line. :) Nice work.
I dig the buttons and the presentation, bro. The line is near perfect and joining them in this way feels quite solid.
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