[echo-perspective] New computer icon set
markg85 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 12 21:21:45 UTC 2009
Just something else i just noticed.
The screen inside that monitor is missing something.. something like
an inside border (don't know how that's called)..
The thing i mean is that the screen itself (the flat panel) and the
outline seem to be on the same depth now (no shadows) while the
screens themselves normally are pushed back a little in the casing
creating some kind of bevel(?).
I hope you can do something with this vague suggestion.. really hard
to explain when you don't know how it's called ^_^
i will see if i can change something in this screen in the weekend (no
Another thing i noticed (in firefox when clicking on the SVG) is that
the text on the keyboard looks really strange and so black... i think
that should be changed a bit to dark gray.
And perhaps a completely different idea for a monitor (the one i'm
looking at right now while typing this)
a black monitor! (since you tend to be liking every icon in a darker
theme anyway). The design of that monitor is nice and would fit
perfectly with a black keyboard as well.
And the keyboard i use : http://www.3t.hu/images/Logitech%20ultra%20flat.jpg
remake both in icon style and you will probably have a perfect icon for:
- and all that have a monitor and/or a keyboard in them
2009/3/10 Martin Sourada <martin.sourada at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, 2009-03-10 at 11:02 +0100, Mark wrote:
>> That icon looks.. odd
>> If you ask me the lightest part of the keyboard is lighter then the
>> lightest part os the screen.
>> The darkest part of the keyboard is most certainly a lot lighter then
>> the darkest part of the screen. (did that make sence?) My suggestion
>> would be to make the bottom of the screen as dark as the bottom of the
>> keyboard. And the same goos for the top of the screen holder (or how
>> is that called) the top there should be as dark as the bottom of the
>> I hope this maked some sence.. kinda hard to explain it.
>> Other then that it's a nice icon!
> Hi Mark,
> Thanks for your suggestions, but I am afraid I cannot do anything about
> that. First, the monitor and the keyboard a lighted slightly
> differently, considering the are positioned differently (vertical vs.
> horizontal) so there are bound to be some differences in
> lightness/contrast. Also the keyboard is not necessarily from the same
> material as the monitor and as a result it might have different light
> reflection/diffraction/scattering properties.
> And finally, I've tried darker keyboards and I didn't like them, I also
> tried lighter displays and didn't liked them as well. Show me way out of
> this dilema and I'd be happy :-)
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