This collection of 24 icons was inspired from an educational project that I was working on. The modified flat style does not use any gradients nor is there more than one main drop-shadow (for the whole icon group).
The entire set includes the following vector icons: calendar, Mac & PC monitors, clock, image file, magnifying glass, map/brochure, stopwatch, crop tool, portfolio, badge/medal, lined paper on a clipboard, graph paper, lined paper pad, ledger/book, moleskin notebook, open book, pencil, colored pencil, highlighter, index cards, moon & clouds, and sun & clouds.
This collection is delivered as two fully-organized PSD files of vector assets, one for regular definition uses and one for retina specific uses. The corresponding PNG preview files are also included.
I designed this logo for a counseling and support site for new mothers, Tamar Barbash, LSW. I was to incorporate a version of the pre-existing “baby face” symbol logo, designed by very talented, Naomi Queen.
Playing around a tad bit more with the concept designs of old meets new. What if the device could only use 8-bit graphics but could also incorporate a bit of the neon led lighting? Who knows, it’s probably horribly inaccurate, but really, so much fun nevertheless!
I thought it would be fun to design what an early version of the iPad might have looked like had it existed back in the day of the Newton or the Apple IIe. I tried to remain true to the vision of the Apple designers while balancing the aesthetics and constraints of the time.