In this post, we lay out 5 of our favourite app icon designs – from simplistic masterpieces to elaborate works of art, these app icon designs have become a firm favourite among design lovers everywhere. For our list, we have chosen app icons that really stand out among the crowd, there’s just something about them that… Read more »
The app icon has become a massively important part of a designer’s career these days. With more and more companies out there trying to tap into the digital market, the app icon is a key feature in their arsenal to increase clients and drive traffic to a particular app. In this article we are going to… Read more »
From the obscure and niche – to the bold and popular, app icon inspiration can come from a variety of places. The beauty of designing an app icon, is that you have some room to play with and unlike other icon designs – you’re given greater freedom to explore and experiment. As it’s one of… Read more »
Creative Freedom has become increasingly aware of how quickly some of the biggest brands out there today keep changing their logos. From subtle tweaks, to full blown redesigns – has our fast paced, consumer driven world now reached such speed that brands need to continually rethink their entire aesthetic, as well as the services they’re… Read more »
Netflix is the world’s leading Internet television network with over 81 million members in over 190 countries and we binge on more than 125 million hours of TV shows and movies per day. So, unless you’ve been living under a very large rock, the chances are you’ll have noticed the Netflix rebrand that launched in… Read more »
What size are Android App Icons? It is a simple question but even Android, who provide better icon documentation than most, seem to want to make you work a little for the answer. Fear not, I have compiled a simple Android icon size guide for you! There are two types of Android icons, those that… Read more »
As we’ve explored multiple times in the past, icons are an increasingly universal – and extremely effective – feature of many mobile games. They’re an incredibly quick way of getting a message across (“we process visual information 60,000 times faster than text”, so the saying goes), and ultimately help keep the user experience seamless and… Read more »
Ever since the birth of the Google Maps app, map interface designers have relied heavily on icons to help their users navigate both the app and the world around them. Its popularity was huge, and it has laid the groundwork for many navigation-based apps (including Pokemon Go and Ingress) since. However, this has been a… Read more »
Designing great app icons isn’t a solo endeavour on the part of a designer. Icons require careful feedback and consultation between clients and designers at each stage of development in order to ensure the final product is as good as it can be. Let’s start by talking about the idea of a ‘final’ product. Obviously,… Read more »
Now that the dust has finally settled around Instagram’s controversial new app icon, it’s time to take a relatively level-headed look at the changes the company made to both their app icon and interface. Many users were shocked and outraged at the new icon. Instagram themselves describe it as: “inspired by the previous app icon,… Read more »
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McLaren were in the process of re-styling their vast icon library and needed a design company with the expertise and capacity to take on the project & deliver to tight deadlines. Using our unique Icon Manager software our designers were able to quickly respond to McLaren’s feedback and deliver a great set of ‘almost flat’ icons in two complimentary styles.
“Nothing appears to be a problem for Adam and his team. They consistently produced high quality icons for us throughout the project, while the Icon Manager application was invaluable for tracking feedback and updates. It’s great working with people who really know what they’re doing.” – David Gibson, UI Team Lead
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