Currently we are working on the wind tracking application. We think each windsurfer should have it in his iPhone!
Here is the icon for this app, so far we have 2 versions and trying to choose which one will work the best. In the attachment there are other ideas we had during the process.
What do you guys think?
over 1 year ago
very neat.. love the first one :)
I like better the first because of the contrast.
Diggin' the preview the most.
Love it so much.
First one man. Really vibrant.
Seeing the process people take on design amazes me!
Love the little sketches as must as I love the final piece - I think they're all great work @Artua!
Love it! I would go for the first one.
nicely done :)
very nice, maybe the first option.. but the second sketch it's incredible!
We are leaning towards the first one as well :)
I like the quality of the work/process but I can't really see "wind" in it. I see a sideways road cone... the sketches had many other wind concepts w/ more movement. This one seems kinda still to me.
Love it! And love the sketches! @Artua
very nice hi quality work!
this is one of those times I wish an app could update its icon to reflect a data source ...
i'd choose the one of the left, as it contrasts more. Maybe add some clouds or birds in the background, something to break up the blue as currently it kinda makes it look like a fishing net being scooped through water
Def. the one on the left. The pattern on the right looks a bit cheap and the left one has a great contrast again the wind thingy
GREAT WORK !
@Chris Casey We will think about adding additional details when designing the icon for App Store. But this is the version for iPhone's springboard, it will be rather small, so additional details will add unwanted clutter.
Actual app )
Both are good, even though I don't really like the second one, blue is overused already, so try finding a compromise
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