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May
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comment How would you represent i/o as an icon?
I like that idea, user568458! Makes perfect sense to me, and I'll try to come up with something. One challenge I have is that the use of colors is completely out. So I'll try to come up with something that looks good in 24x24 and 26x16, using one color.
May
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comment How would you represent i/o as an icon?
Hmmm, Krazer, that's an interesting concept. I could give that a try and see how recognizable that would be in 16x16 or 24x24. I greatly appreciate your feedback. Rock on!
May
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comment How would you represent i/o as an icon?
Ameoo, thank you for that suggestion. You're thinking what I was thinking. My version had the arrows and a circle, and I thought it was one of the better representations for "in" and "out" – the stakeholder, however, is convinced there must be something "better" than that (which puzzles me). So thank you for presenting your suggestion and validating my ideas. You rock!
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asked How would you represent i/o as an icon?
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accepted Finding the “base” color of a gradient . . .?
May
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comment Finding the “base” color of a gradient . . .?
Hey, thank you so much for your answer. Yes, I get the eye-ball with the eye-dropper reference, hahahahaha. Thank you very much. It's just good to know sometimes that I'm not the one who didn't get the memo -- it helps to know that others recommend the same approach.
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asked Finding the “base” color of a gradient . . .?
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answered How should I add a realistic shadow to this?