🎟 Ever wanted to create your own font? Sign up to our live & interactive workshop with Dribbble’s co-founder Dan Cederholm on December 15 🎟
Trending designs to inspire you
Work designers are riffing on
Interviews, tutorials, and more
Prompt to flex your design skills
Find your dream design job
An exclusive list for contract work
Get new leads in your inbox every day
Introduce yourself to new clients with Pitch
A marketplace of digital assets…
Icons, Illustrations, Patterns, Textures…
Display, Script, Sans Serif, Serif…
Mock Ups, Social Media, Presentations…
Characters, Objects, Textures…
WordPress, Shopify, Bootstrap, HTML5…
Procreate, Affinity, Photoshop, InDesign…
Earn money doing what you love
Find, contact, and hire designers
The #1 job board for creatives
Board for freelance & contract work
Hound Voice Assistant app launcher icon I designed with Womo Iyegha at SoundHound.
For a long time the internal prototype used a blue SoundHound S symbol button for branding reasons and to keep parity with the SoundHound apps S symbol button. However it muddled brand differentiation between the two apps and confused users who were not used to seeing it outside of the context of the SoundHound apps specialized music identification FAB.
The icon needed to be consistent across software and hardware systems as well as quickly comprehended as a voice search activation button by leveraging learned symbolic memory from interacting with other voice assistants.
The unique spiraling wave around the button is actually a hidden SoundHound S symbol design I came up with during one of my early iterations on the project.
Learn more about why voice search is the future:
Hound for iOS