An iOS icon I made for the guys at minus (minus.com) for a new app. I kept the lid on this one for a while but just found out yesterday that they suddenly shifted the app direction, so this icon went unused. Still, the gradient came out nice, and I'm pretty happy with the results. I must've made 20 variations of this simple concept, too. Aimed for a soft, "touchable" icon look.
3 months ago
The gradient is crazy, good job
Thanks, @Adam Bubeníček.
Epic domain name.
Btw cool icon.
Thank you, @Isaac Grant™ . Their site is pretty cool. I was stoked that they asked me to work on an icon for them.
I don't want minus.com on my phone but I want this icon on my phone so I will download minus.com onto my phone if it means getting this beautiful icon onto my phone..
@Garrett Gee Hate to do this to you, but they're not using this one. They have a different, not-made-by-me, icon.
Wha?! This icon was too good to be true from the beginning I guess..
@Garrett Gee I was surprised as well, but hey it was their call. Still, I spent so much time working on this velvety gradient that I'm sad they didn't use it.
Beautiful! Damn shame they went with something else.
Am I crazy or are they still using this icon as their favicon on minus.com?!
Visited the site, not sure they deserve something so awesome.
It looks great, they're fools for not using it!
Killer gradient @Ryan Ford. Inspiring in that as soon as I saw this, I thought, I must learn the ways of such spectacular gradient creation.
Patience, young padowan. @Travis Silverman
@Ryan Ford amazing... although the bacon icon will always rival anything you do. Great work.
what they are not using the gradient! ok, their problem! thanks for showing that minimal beauty.
This is nice @Ryan Ford
2 months ago
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