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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Using simple shapes, how do I recreate Twitter's in-feed reply icon?
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comment Using simple shapes, how do I recreate Twitter's in-feed reply icon?
Indeed - parts of a circle plus a line with the same thickness seems to be exactly it.
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accepted Using simple shapes, how do I recreate Twitter's in-feed reply icon?
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comment Using simple shapes, how do I recreate Twitter's in-feed reply icon?
Again this is not the icon I requested / the one Twitter uses.
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revised Is this logo redesign a step in the right direction or is it better to stick with the original?
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comment Is this logo redesign a step in the right direction or is it better to stick with the original?
This is a very important point. The less details a design has -- the longer it will "last" (ie. the less the chance of any of its parts going "out of fashion").
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comment Is this logo redesign a step in the right direction or is it better to stick with the original?
I also recommend buying all of the "Logos" series at shop.gestalten.com for primary examples of the world's best logo designs.
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comment Is this logo redesign a step in the right direction or is it better to stick with the original?
Having a grid's axis 3D-rotated downwards is already plenty of suggestion of this being 3D. I didn't mean to offend you. I understand your intentions perfectly and would have done the same 10 years ago. Have you considered enrolling design school?
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comment Is this logo redesign a step in the right direction or is it better to stick with the original?
But when you come up with stuff that has no connection with what it's trying to represent, you might as well drop it and start over. Save your client the embarassment from the architects they work for who have actually studied design for 10+ years. As they say, "perfection is achieved, not when there's nothing left to add, but when there's nothing left to take away".
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answered Is this logo redesign a step in the right direction or is it better to stick with the original?
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comment Using imagemagick to create vibrant images
Thank you Vincent! Updated answer.
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comment Using simple shapes, how do I recreate Twitter's in-feed reply icon?
Nice, but how do I make it exactly like that Twitter icon?
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answered Using imagemagick to create vibrant images