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#ActualMichael Tanczos

Posted 07 March 2013 - 10:05 PM

Changing topic from the shape of the glyph... The range of colours gave the old icon a lot more depth as well. It had shadows as well as highlights, using a range of blues, and also a more complex shape to the background gradient rather than a straight bar. It's a subtle difference, but IMO it made the old one look a lot more professional.

 

The web 2.0 shiny button effect?

 

[attachment=14060:gamedevlogo2013.png]

 

vs

 

[attachment=14056:GDNet-G-rendered.png]


#3Michael Tanczos

Posted 07 March 2013 - 09:32 PM

Changing topic from the shape of the glyph... The range of colours gave the old icon a lot more depth as well. It had shadows as well as highlights, using a range of blues, and also a more complex shape to the background gradient rather than a straight bar. It's a subtle difference, but IMO it made the old one look a lot more professional.

 

The web 2.0 shiny button effect?

 

[attachment=14059:gamedevlogo2013.png]

 

vs

 

[attachment=14056:GDNet-G-rendered.png]


#2Michael Tanczos

Posted 07 March 2013 - 09:17 PM

Changing topic from the shape of the glyph... The range of colours gave the old icon a lot more depth as well. It had shadows as well as highlights, using a range of blues, and also a more complex shape to the background gradient rather than a straight bar. It's a subtle difference, but IMO it made the old one look a lot more professional.

 

The web 2.0 shiny button effect?

 

[attachment=14058:gamedevlogo2013.png]

 

vs

 

[attachment=14056:GDNet-G-rendered.png]


#1Michael Tanczos

Posted 07 March 2013 - 09:16 PM

Changing topic from the shape of the glyph... The range of colours gave the old icon a lot more depth as well. It had shadows as well as highlights, using a range of blues, and also a more complex shape to the background gradient rather than a straight bar. It's a subtle difference, but IMO it made the old one look a lot more professional.

 

The web 2.0 shiny button effect?

 

[attachment=14057:gamedevlogo2013.png]

 

vs

 

[attachment=14056:GDNet-G-rendered.png]


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