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dekurvajo says

Thank you in advance any constructive opinion. They said:

“The shape of the illustration could be improved by tweaking the line.”

My question is this: if improve and tweaking the line i will loose the simplicity i guess. Thats could be a contradiction because the concept about a “simple” and not a “tweaky” solution

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chrisatlemon says

I think the line is not a smooth curve. It looks like it has a dent in there. I would assume that’s what the reviewer meant and fixing that one take away from the simplicity of the line.

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dekurvajo says

...I dont know Chris… if there is any dent then its only on screen or in the preview image. In vector could not be, that for sure.

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dekurvajo says

the - line the dashed line is a part of an ellipse the 2 X are has straight lines. Thats all. they can not be similar, and why should they have to? X could not cut from a circular shape, and the dashed line would be not nice if its not a part of an elliptic shape. Now I tried to use rounded corners… it was nice, like vomit :-o<

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joiaco says

Wow, this shows how GOOD the eyes are of the reviewers.

I only saw the slight ‘off-ness’ after it was mentioned. Now i know how precise we have to be with our design elements. Maybe if the edges of the grey dash line match up exactly with the edges of the orange cross line, and the whole thing is an even curve, not slightly asymmetrical, maybe that would be better? Either it has to be obviously asymmetrical, OR in a perfect arc.

Anyway i will be following this thread to see the final approved item!

Good Luch

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dekurvajo says

i would like to share also a very relevant thought from Stephen Hawking: ”...nothing is perfect because with perfection, we would not exist.”

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joiaco says
dekurvajo said
i would like to share also a very relevant thought from Stephen Hawking: ”...nothing is perfect because with perfection, we would not exist.”

Haha, thank goodness for that! Then we can strive for a little less imperfection :)

BTW , that is one extreme happy simple solution there !

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dekurvajo says
joiaco said
dekurvajo said
i would like to share also a very relevant thought from Stephen Hawking: ”...nothing is perfect because with perfection, we would not exist.”

Haha, thank goodness for that! Then we can strive for a little less imperfection :)

BTW , that is one extreme happy simple solution there !

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