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accepted Why do some printed documents have those target-like lines in their corners?
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reviewed Approve 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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revised Is this logo redesign a step in the right direction or is it better to stick with the original?
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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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revised Is this logo redesign a step in the right direction or is it better to stick with the original?
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