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I think I didn't explain enough so I edited my question. The icon is actually used in the list of saves to point out which saves are auto saves. If that's the case, you don't need a "save" icon, per se, but 2 icons that differentiate between user-initiated and automatic. So for "Manual save," you can use a person icon for "Auto save" you can use a ...


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I would use the same base icon, then vary an identifier. That way at a glance the user still sees "Save" but can tell there's a difference between the two save types. I'm not a fan of the old floppy icons. But, they may be more intuitive for anyone over the age of 20 maybe. Off the top of my head... without any real refinement.... For cloud storage items: ...


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I think that using all those icons damage the UX. I would suggest you to use an active and not active status to indicate when the user can manually save his/her work, and to add a text that says how long is it from the last save, something like 'automatically/manually saved X minutes ago'.


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For AUTO saved items, personally I would use a normal floppy disk save icon with a small egg timer overlaid, to make it obvious it is a timed event, not a manual event.


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That info is misleading. Basicly you can save a PNG file which have 8 bits per channel, plus a transparency channel. RGB=24 + Transparency = 32


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My first hunch would be a regular save icon, i.e. a diskette, in combination with a regular OK icon, i.e. a checkmark. Below you can find some quick examples: not saved saving saved I think these three icons convey the process of (auto)saving really well. Especially if they're animated, for example SVG. EDIT after question specification: Maybe ...


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You could import your SVGs to the IcoMoon app to generate a sprite (in SVG) to open in Sketch. After importing your SVGs, press the "Generate SVG..." button at the bottom left corner. Press "Preferences" and check "Include Tiles (CSS Sprite)" and download your set.


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Since you are specifically looking for day/month/year, try looking at what some calendar applications use to see what type of visual language has already been established and works well. This type of thing shows up when I googled "Calendar icons": On the other hand, Google Calendar uses text ("Day" "Week" "Month" etc), which is something to consider.


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A trophy perhaps? If that's not what you're looking for, what about a certificate or medal? If none of these, there's also a checkmark.


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Despite the risk of religious iconography not being terribly cross-cultural, I'm leaning towards a stick figure person with a halo. Selection results in a bigger and brighter halo.


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Blue Ribbon filling up characters so I can post


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The most common icon for this type of feedback is a thumbs up icon. You are correct though. It is generally a more casual thing. If you want to elude to more of an "achievement" then something along the lines of a state fair ribbon or star may be more appropriate. The Noun project has a ton of icons for "achievement".


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Two hands up going away from one another


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Maybe you can combine a heart and hand emoji to create a new symbol for love and appreciation. Like a hand cradling a heart :)


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By looking at the second I'm getting only male kids into my mind. I think you mean both male and female. Try something which reflect both male and female kids, If you intended that one. What others said are good and from my side I suggest something like kids foot print or some cartoon kind of kid shoes. They represent very well I guess.


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Kids playing, like kid with bat or ball or sketch pencil can also be an option.


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In my opinion. Forget the option 1. It is for toddlers. I thought Junior as a son that have the same name as the father. Posible terms, kid, minor, child, under 15... For the icon, probably a head with a cap. I think that is representative of that range of age. (And maybe not pointing forward, but lateral or backwards) ...


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The icon for 'Already Purchased' is 'Cross'.


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A gold coin with a green tick (possibly rotating)? Unlike dollar signs or other currency symbols, gold coins aren't confined to just the Mushroom Kingdom, they have been used almost everywhere at some point in time.


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I'd suggest an icon that literally demonstrates the process you're trying to show: Take a jagged circle, and turn it into a smooth one. Similarly, take a jagged line and make it curvy.


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torn receipt icon check mark with a dollar sign next to it the word purchased itself (as has been proposed before by AndrewH)


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How about the concept of dim the product and make the opacity about 50% in this way you will give the user the feeling of lost or something not exist in this way you can then mark it with small indicator (icon) that when the user hover over it display already purchased or you can make the border of the layout red or a shade of red :) i hope this will ...


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As promised: One idea is to use a bag with a checkmark on it. This conveys both the 'buy' context and the 'OK' message. For use online you could even use an SVG, or a combined Icon Font icon. Example:


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I mean from a UX standpoint I'd rather just not see the Product at all unless I enter some section for "Already Purchased." Or have it "grayed out" in some fashion. However for icon as requested I think just about any shopping element with a checkmark is appropriate. Not sure if this is only on Lollipop or all Android phones but here's what my Google Play ...


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I was thinking you write out the words "Purchased" or "Already Purchased". You could design a graphic or just use CSS to make the design. Example: https://jsfiddle.net/cnhkagp4/ You could make the purchased tag themed to the layout of the site.



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