Making progress on the app icon for the baby tracking app we're building. Icons are not my strong suit, (so feedback is welcome!) but it's been fun trying to find the right balance between fitting in with the default icon style and making something that can stand out on its own.
6 months ago
@Wilson Miner, I love it. You nailed it with the crib.
Love this! Shadows are perfect.
I'd push the perspective of that railing so it has context. http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs50/i/2009/305/c/b/SpongeBob_Tute_01_Silhouette_by_shermcohen.jpg
@Pasquale D'Silva Nice one, that's exactly what I did this afternoon after I posted this. Much better!
Are you semi-trolling with the icon grid or fully trolling?
Just a thought @Wilson Miner, how about give a little movement sensation to the Mobile with perspective also? http://bit.ly/17BnCMJ I feel like it's very static, but concept & colors look good!
@Alex Araujo Yeah, that's a good idea. I have a few versions like that but I haven't been able to get the effect right with so few objects without just looking distorted.
@Tuhin Kumar Zero percent trolling. I did my best to use it as intended.
Ah.. got it. Then (if you haven't done so) how about trying it with a few more objects and interposing some color in object overlapping ? sort of like here http://bit.ly/1a0vi10 just an idea that came to mind.
@Alex Araujo That's closer to where I started, and found that reducing the number of elements and the perspective distortion made it read much clearer, especially at home screen sizes.
Yes, that's what I suspected.. simple & minimal design is the most pleasing to see but the toughest to create right? Keep the good work mate!
by Wilson Miner
Trying a different direction for the icon for our baby app. Simplified the colors to fit better with the rest of the UI, and simplified the crib shape to unclutter the silhouette a little bit and put the focus on the mobile. Also adjusted the sizes of the discs to increase the contrast between the two larger sizes.
6 months ago
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