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These are just paths with a gradient applied to them. Experiment a bit with shapes with similar gradients, and you'll get a feel for the technique.


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Here's a link to their legal policies; http://www.apple.com/legal/intellectual-property/guidelinesfor3rdparties.html Looks like the 2. Compatibility section could apply to your question. Here's the information; 2. Compatibility: Developers may use Apple, Macintosh, iMac, or any other Apple word mark (but not the Apple Logo or other Apple-owned graphic ...


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You can use Adobe Animate 2015. It supports SVG.


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So I did some more thinking on this and here is what I have come up with: This focuses on the old and new platforms 'working' together, rather than 'communicating'.


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It probably has to do with the way you're importing/exporting them. Try exporting them with a transparent rectangle as a background. That way they'll all have the same base size.


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It's fairly easy to achieve this with invisible retangles, as was suggested by @Cai. Let's assume you have three icons / object groups with different sizes: Create a filled square big enough to cover each of the objects, give it some transparency, duplicate it twice and position each rectangle above (or below) each of your objects, like so: ...


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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.


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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 ...



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