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I simply tried to draw something which can touch your subject , i made this graphics in 30 min so please let me know if you like it


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When you're designing it keep in mind the psychological research that has gone into colors and their effects on mood. Here's a great often cited research paper that tacks colors to moods: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.407.2395&rep=rep1&type=pdf It seems to be common that blue and green seem to be the most calming and ...


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A gently angled flower stem (with flower) with a location marks for a leafs. Location marks suggesting searching/mapping, flower for beauty and the gentle angle suggesting relaxation. Colors and typography appropriate with that concept. But that's just one idea. The process to reaching these ideas and concepts though is similar throughout any design ...


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Water is a good symbol to represent relaxation; The sound of the flows, rain, purifying and refreshing effects are all things that brings a lot of positive relaxing feelings. Then for beauty, I think the hair of a woman are also an easy symbol often associated with beauty. So what I could see is a mix of these 2 symbols together (see file attached, just a ...


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The concept of a relaxed-looking female with styled hair/make-up seems appropriate in my mind. Something along the lines of this icon from thenounproject: She has a beautiful appearance, and looks quite relaxed as well.


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Ying-Yang symbol. Baby blue and white.


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Here are some ideas that pop to mind from the words: I think the best representation that describe both types of business is a women. A Women line art profile of there head with elongated curves. This could easily incorporate a line that goes along the outside to make a circle as well. Depending on the size you're making, it may be hard to see something ...


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One that comes to mind is a piece of cucumber, you know that generic image of a woman with a face-pack on and cucumber eyes relaxing next to a spa pool.... A cucumber slice vector/cartoon would fit nicely as an icon.


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Can I suggest to use a cat image? I don't aware of other examples of extreme beauty which possess the best relaxation in its genes....


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A feather would convey the message: http://www.flaticon.com/free-icon/feather-filled-shape_57687


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Design a transparent area above some solid geometric form or an icon with only gray and white squares (since that's how transparent background is displayed in many image editors and viewers).


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More clearer? Icons are cool, but not always clear. Even Eddie A's great solution would require some interpretation by the user: "Is that a meat-grinder stair case!?!?" Assuming a reasonable homogeneity among the users' language, you could just spell it out. Words are often the most clear means of communicating similar options. Adding icons to aid ...


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A good icon for stairs with cogs or arrows pointing forward will be decriptive enough. I found the example below using google images.


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I think the most simple way is to think of the action that is being taken. Stairs 2 flights run/jog motion of person icon Escalator 1 45° span 2 gears underneath standing position person icon This is how I would do it. Keep it as simple as possible.


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Taking the line very literally. I don't think these are particularly convincing but perhaps it's food for thought.


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The icons need to be contextual to your base use-case and the platform. Assuming the platform is a mobile-device and imagining a user-centric kiosk app, I would use variations on a theme: An offline kiosk-user icon: And a wifi-required icon: I would keep the message clear by modifying no less than 33% of the icon to indicate the difference, but no ...


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guess what. I have a brilliant idea. Draw the following text as icons: "Online Version" and "Offline Version". Tada, problem solved. Please upvote.



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