Kickoff 1.1 is available and compatible with Lion :)
almost 3 years ago
The coloured icons are so much better, but I think you've done as good a job as is possible with these monochrome icons.
Dislike the trend Apple is introducing, but I think you've done well with it.
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Damn, it freakin' hot!
Woot woot, nice one Ben! I am looking forward to seeing this in action! :D Think it's the right choice putting the project select drop down in the top toolbar.
I'm devastated that I don't have a reason to use this app.
Wow so nice! I love everything about this!
I too loved the previous coloured icons, but this looks great.
Trying it now on Lion and the animations are sweet man. Also like the UI changes, really nice.
Your UI work never fails to impress
Darn. Kickoff is gone from the Mac App Store.
I love this... just wish there was a way to store the data locally. Excellent work!
The video does not load for me in firefox.
The monochrome icons should use a single color and only use alpha to shade (like tab bar icons in iOS). :)
They look great though, especially the Dashboard icon.
@Louie It looks to me like that's what he did, but maybe I'm mistaken.
Icons seem to big. Still I'm a big fan of the app and paid subscriber.
Kickoff + Lion = Love :) great work
Kickoff = awesome.
@Chris, well sure, the primary part of the icon is the grayish blue, but in the Dashboard icon, the center definitely has white, and it's not the shadow. Also, the selected icon has a dark blue border around elements of the icon. The idea is to use a single color and let the shadows work to your advantage. :)
And to chime into Louie's comment, by having the icons in alpha you only need the one image for both states. = Less resources. :)
Christopher: While at first this seems true, the image would look reversed. I've been through this. :) You'll have to reverse gradients and translucency.
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