A little something from a personal project that I am working on.
What do you guys think? (of course I can't give you anymore details at the moment)
11 months ago
Edit: This is how cloudobe should design their icons.
Yes! What Jonas said. Looks good! I love the shadow work.
The 'Li' reminded me of LinkedIn for some reason, but I really enjoy how you have the shadowing come off the letters and trapped into the square. Looks great and the green color is really nice!
@Jonas Söder True but now we have Adobe Creative Cloud so there is no place for CS7.
@Anthony Nguyen @Ainsley Wagoner Thank you guys!
I thought was a lightroom icon, looks really good! - In my opinion i see the letters a little big...
I have a super secret personal opinion on this.. (of course I can't give you anymore details at the moment)
;) just kidding, looking great is all I can say atm
Looks like Adobe + periodic table (lithium)...
It's like news.layervault.com and Adobe Lightroom had a baby.
@Kyle Adams And sharp 45 degree flat shadows from Google icons.
I’d say it would use a little more space.
@Paul Flavius Nechita This is too beautiful my friend.
Give the sides a little room to breath, otherwise the aesthetics look rad!
It's a coincidence that Li is my family name~~haha~~
@Axel Herrmann Thank you.
@Tyler van der Hoeven Thanks for the feedback. Appreciated.
very nice work mate!
by Jan Vu Nam
11 months ago
@Paul It looks like an Adobe icon, as in "Lightroom"...and the lighting on it would be a good play-on-words if that was what it was for. So that's a good reason I'd bet it was for Adobe. :) But, even if it isn't, and it's for LinkedIn, or something else...it's really lovely. Nice work, no matter what it's for. :)
@Paul Flavius Nechita Cool stuff...the dot on the "i" seems to be one pixel off to the right or has a "half pixel" somewhere.
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@Alexandru Antihi Thanks for that buddy. Good catch.
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