Icon designed for the app @Josh Puckett is working on.
4 months ago
Simple and clean. Love it!
Thanks @Tim Van Damme!
Flip it vertically and it will be perfect, it goes down right now, if that makes sense.
@Ilie Ciorba I can't speak for @Tim Van Damme but by looking at the examples of Tweak that @Josh Puckett posted it looks like these sliders match those in the app, which makes this orientation an appropriate choice. Also IMO, the progression from off to on is more "positive", even if that results in a downward slope.
Not all stepped items need to result in a "positive", "chart-like" upswing.
@Phil Coffman I'm not saying he should change the orientation of sliders, what? And by no means this is bad, I was just saying that this http://d.pr/i/PTki orientation (with correct orientation for styles too, of course) looks a bit more confident to my eye.
@Ilie Ciorba Ah I see what you mean, my mistake. I interpreted your comment as changing the sliders to be vertical.
@Ilie Ciorba I think they look great how Tim did it. It all visually nicely sits on the bottom slider. Yours is too weak at the bottom.
Looks really good!
@Ilie Ciorba @Robin Raszka I also prefer the way Tim did it.
pretty nice work~
UI elements on icon? Seriously?
@Alexander Ustinov I find it to be very creative and different. Also if you would have taken a look on the app itself, http://dribbble.com/shots/1364339-More-Tweaking , you would notice that it works great.
Nice work Tim, always love to see what you can come up with, keep it up!
So overrated ;-)
It's nice and simple, but i've encountered this icon so many times... I'm getting this Deja Vu feel
I dont really want to tap it. Or do I? hmm
love the simplicity
Looks like dice in the thumbnail... Not sure if that's intentional.
3 months ago
throw a long shadow in there BRO
I saw dice right away; thinkin' its intentional; diggin' it
about 1 month ago
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