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    teagan
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    Hey Bforartists,

     

    Made a logo to keep up with growing trends you can use it as freely as you want or not at all, suggestions are welcome!

     

     

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    Reiner
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    Nice icon :)

    Thanks for your efforts. We don’t plan to update the Bforartists icon at this point.

    Kind regards

    Reiner

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    Draise
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    Thanks for the love. The form is somewhat different, but I like the gradients. I wouldn’t change the blues used though. 

    Are you currently using Bforartists?

    :dance:

    #20384 Likes: 0
    Stoegel
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    Not that I don’t like the current icon, but seriously… I like this so much more. yeslaugh

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    Draise
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    I do like the trends of 2019 that you have going. Maybe it would or could make sense if it was part of the entire icon base. Right now we have legacy icons mixed with 2.8 icons, and there is no unified design.

     

    Your soft gradients, strong form, arcs and iconology could work. There are hundreds of icons You could play with. If the designs are great, effective (form, silluette, colour, etc) and check all the boxes, then maybe it could be the next big thing…but you gotta prototype the entire UI System and iterate with us – and have fun, the playground is huge, 400+ icons. Then and only then would a re-branding make sense.

    :dance:

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    Reiner
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    Gradienst makes big problems in the size of 16 pixels.

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    Draise
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    True. Good point.

    :dance:

    #20392 Likes: 0
    Stoegel
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    Well, High DPI is the future anyways, so we should finally overcome such legacy restrictions. Despite the gradients (which are not too important) I highly welcome a simplyfication and unification of the icon’s current design. I also strongly welcome color coded icons, because they help to create a more streamlined and logical workflow.

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