App Icons

May 7, 2014 § Leave a comment

when creating my icons I wanted them to be easily understood, simple, and retain a consistency throughout.

This is the icon set I’ve created for my app, A1=top left C5=3rd along, 5th down etc. :

A1: Data – represented as a bar chart (or my cost chart)
A2: Today – represented as a calendar
A3: Flux icon

B1: Journal (off) – represented as a book and pen
B2: Journal setting on – represented the same, but inverted
B4: Motor transport – represented as a car
B5: Cycle

C1: Timeline – represented as a clock with an arrow
C2: Search – represented as a magnifying glass
C3: Skateboard
C4: Skateboard v.2
C5: Walkling – represented by footsteps

D1: Profile
D2: Compare – represented as a set of scales

E1: Friends
E2: Back arrow

F2: Settings – represented as a cog

Bottom right cluster: social media icons – represented within a bubble icon

Screen Shot 2014-05-13 at 16.42.38

 

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