Another ‘work in progress’: favicon design
Favicon is this tiny picture (icon) that you see next to your webpage name in browser. You also see it when you bookmark a website or add it (pin it) to a desktop. It’s tiny but very important for brand recognition and customization.
Once favicon image is finalized, this great online tool can be used to generate all necessary formats and metas.
My first take on favicon image: trying to convey an idea of measurable improvements by using a graph bars visual.
Version 2 of favicon image: graph bars are horizontally aligned now.
Version 3 of favicon image: different background and graphs colors…
Version 4 (final?)
Version 4 (final?) of favicon image
- simplified (minimalist) look;
- no background
- bar colors match logo colors;
- first bar looks like letter “i”;
Trying to move away from may be too simple bar look…
This version has only 2 bars (instead of 3 bars in previous versions). There is also a check-mark (graph line) that looks like a letter “V“. Together these elements form a stylized letter “M” (as in “Make” or “Maximov). First bar looks also like a letter “i” and a second bar – like an exclamation mark (“!” or “Better”).
Back to 3 bars (first like “i“, last one like “!“). One could see a letter “M” too (as in “Make” or “Maximov”).