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  1. Austin Bales Austin Bales

    Working on icons for our Android app, "Saber." Wanting to go towards the set we use on our web and iOS applications, but maintaining our app's current visual character — the Android Holo theme.

    over 1 year ago

  2. Austin Bales Austin Bales

    I'd very much appreciate any feedback. Some notes:

    • I very much dislike the notes icon. It's a modification of the Android edit icon currently in use.

    • Seems like the project icon (A1) needs some work – the check is fuzzy.

    over 1 year ago

  3. Petar Simic Petar Simic

    I'd be glad to give feedback ;)
    The Accept, Pencil, Comment & Calendar icons are systems' defaults, so there's no need to reinvent the wheel. Except I see that you tweaked "Go to today" system's icon to look 100% like calendar now. That's cool.

    Yes, project icon (A1) definitely needs some work about that fuzziness. Do you do those icons in vector format or rasterized? Looks like some non-vector resizing happened there :)

    And that B2 icon looks just great! What does it represent?

    over 1 year ago

  4. Austin Bales Austin Bales

    @Design Mustang I'm not a fan of the comment icon as seen in Android at the moment. The goal with these is a blend of Do and Android, just like our app's goal is.

    I do the icons in vectors, and pixel hint them – usually paying more attention to xhdpi than hdpi. The fuzziness comes from working with angles that are tougher to crispen at smaller sizes.

    B2 is "Description"

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    over 1 year ago

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