Gosh. I kinda like the iCab icon, Sam. Such a refreshing antidote to all those earnest three-dee wannabes.<br><br>But I hear you on the DragThing icon. I think it's a stodgy, impenetrably dense visual. It tells me zip about what the app supposedly does. I guess you could fairly say the same thing about iCab, but at least it's a cute, playful icon.<br><br>An icon that gets my vote of confidence: Roxio's Toast. Another fun, playful representation. I've always thought that having a sense of humour is a sign of self-confidence.<br><br>max
I don't mind iCab's car so much as I do the text underneath. I always like simple, one-item designs for icons. No text. Though I do agree that it's a refreshing change from the standard documents, arrows, globes, pencils, etc.. that seem to be a staple with application icons.<br><br>
count me as one who likes the dreamweaver icon.<br><br>i hate the system preferences icon. it's goofy and ugly. i don't like the office icons. fire is horrible (i don't use it anymore). backup doesn't make sense to me. <br><br>i agree with skrue...transmit is very good.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
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