Big Orange entered the contest with a really good concept and then listened to my feedback and made the design even better. Creative and the ability to listen to feedback - valuable traits that helped Big Orange in this contest.
Alex went above and beyond to produce examples of what we were trying to visualize, including producing extra creatives at every turn. He was very easy to work with, and we are very happy with the result, which definitely surprised us by how much better it was than we thought we'd be able to create. Thumbs up!
Creative, thinks out of the box, understands your vision immediately and definitely puts in the extra mile. We highly recommend this designer.
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I am looking for an icon for a Scheme interpreter for the iPad, tentatively titled TouchScheme.
The programming language scheme is a simplistic dialect of lisp, often used for experimentation or education and the defining feature of the source code are the many parentheses. I have put some sample code at the bottom of the page if it helps.
The perfect icon should:
* Include some element of Scheme, a programming language often associated with parentheses or lambdas.
* not contain TS or the name, and ideally not be based around text
I will however choose the best icon, whether it complies with the above guidelines or not.
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Icon needs to be delivered as:
* original artwork
* 1024x1024 png
* 512x512 png
* 144 x 144 png
* 72 x 72 png