Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Feb 2008 20:53 UTC, submitted by Adam S
Graphics, User Interfaces "It is much easier to criticize somebody else's work than to create something cool yourself. But if you apply a systematic approach to criticizing, make a numbered list and prepare illustrations, it will be regarded as a fully-fledged analysis! In my opinion, icon design is undergoing a transitional period. On the one hand, screen resolutions are increasing, hence enhancing icons. On the other hand, we still have good old pixels. Icons sized 16x16 and even smaller are still widely used. And so, here are the most commonly observed mistakes in icon design."
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RE: The worst icon
by holywood on Sat 16th Feb 2008 06:51 UTC in reply to "The worst icon"
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In all icon sets by Microsoft, i prefer Windows 2000 icons.

They looked up to date and not too much blurry.

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