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I particularly liked this icon from Gallop Management showing the flow of clear communication. Clear communication requires the receiver to repeat back the message in their own words to ensure understanding. It's a only way to be sure a message was received accurately. I think I would prefer it revised with speech bubbles.
It looks like you're drawing twice every shape (one slightly smaller than the other) and subtracting them to get the line shape. What you should be doing instead is drawing the shape once, removing the filling color and giving it an border color and size (you'll probably want to center it). Do this for all three ovals, its respective dots and the outer ...
Althoug this is for animation, take a look at this: http://pivotanimator.net/ or http://www.stykz.net/ You can screen capture a low resolution image. But also you can use it as a basis to draw a vector based image in Inkscape. You do not need to limit yourself to a strick stick figure. The images you posted are not. Adjust the width of the torso and legs ...
If you do decide to go with Adobe Illustrator try this website to go over some basics. https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/tutorials.html
First of all, you'll need a program with which to create vector graphics. Inkscape is a good option -- it's free/open source so you don't have to spend an arm and a leg on it either. There are great tutorials for it too. Get started by deciding what type of pose you want to make -- sketch out the basic shapes on paper first and get an idea where the arms ...
I think that a mind mapping exercise may serve you in coming up with some new ideas. Place the words "Clear Communication" at the center of your map, brainstorm, and write as many different examples and synonyms as you can around the central concept. Then, pick the best few ideas, and have a go at sketching them. You should also look to collect some great ...
What I usually do when i'm in the situation of dealing with 7-8 Social Media icons is ill put the 3 most important (facebook, twitter, LinkedIn) and then make a dropdown menu after that where ill put the rest. The 3 most important social media of course depends on which business you are doing it for.
No, you don't need Photoshop to convert an icon from AI to PNG. File > Save For Web (Alt+Shift+Ctrl+S) Preset > Name > PNG-24 (Optional) Set desired width and height Save
Your text is nested in a lot of groups, one of which is used by a clip path and is the cause of the truncation of the text. You can see it in the XML Editor: The fastest way to free your text is select it and keep hit Shift-Ctrl-G to ungroup until your text is no more grouped: Alternatively, you can change the size of the clipping rectangle.
I think you can keep your two icons and they will look much cleaner once you remove the arrows. You could also try using a color other than green, a lot of people (myself included) find green hard to look at. There is also the possibility of a treatment that doesn't involve two icons, only one that serves as an affordance for a menu that lets users toggle. ...
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