Custom professional app icons graphic designs service at affordable prices.
Custom professional app icons graphic designs service starts from affordable prices, there is also a discount for multiple orders.
What we need to start?
- Reference examples from the styles you like
- Product photo and text if you have
- Preferred colors
What can we do with this design service?
- Basic app icon for your company and products.
- Fully custom app icons designs
- Package app designs
Custom professional app icons graphic designs service
Ready? Get started today! Ready for the professionals to create your custom custom professional app icons graphic designs service? Just follow our 3 easy steps and you’ll be on your own way.
Email your detailed project with images and text if you have. You can also show a sample of your desired work. For large orders you can use dropbox or wetransfer.
We will send you an estimate and wait for your go ahead to proceed with the project. Watermarked samples will be sent for your appraisal.
We will amend the work until you are completely satisfied. Only then, will we invoice you. Upon payment, the final design work will be sent to you.
There are certain rules every designer needs to know before creating a mobile app.
Specialists generally assume that everything they know is obvious, and need to remind themselves that isn’t the case for most of the population.
What specialists do have is a speed at which they make decisions in their work. This is reflective of the years of targeted work and experience, and not an assumed reality that everyone possess. There is a point when a specialist has to step back and view the bigger picture of life, otherwise they remain interested in only the thoughts of other specialist; in effect making art for other artists.
So here are tips on mobile app design. Let’s go!
01. Everything exists on a grid
Grids are the basis of mobile app design
There’s an invisible grid on every surface. You may not see it, but it’s there to guide you.
Place an element on your canvas and you are starting to define your spacing
The moment a dot, a word, a line is placed onto a canvas/monitor/screen, you have defined your margins and padding. Every stroke defines the space you have to work with.
Even shades of grey can create hierarchy
Colour value is used to denote purpose. Let’s start with black and greyscale. If you make one button black, the next dark grey, and the third light grey, what you are in effect saying is this: “Button one is most important to the visitor, button 2 is less important, and button 3 is least important.”
Colour defines customers’ relationship with a brand in subtle yet effective ways
Try not make the button colours the same colour as the site or app, as it will fade away. Also, a good tip is to avoid creating “buy” or other call to actions buttons in a bright red – as that means stop in the US, and may actually prevent users from clicking it, often thinking it won’t get them to their goal.
Never underestimate the power of cultural conventions when it comes to colour
This brings up the next point which is that colour associations are culturally based and should be considered when defining the market. For instance, I once worked on a team that had the main ‘access’ button as red which we later changed to green and increased clicks twofold.