Originally Posted by lgsobalvarro
Primary colors and Rounded organic shapes aren't clear elements just for said that. (and if it... I want that you tell me were and who made a study about that. Prove me that that two things are common elements.).
I didn't say "just for that" I said "common for that audience." I went to design school in Germany and in the US. In both places that theory was taught. I know that http://www.cornish.edu/
teaches the same. Take a trip, for example, to Toys R Us and then to Pottery Barn. Just look at the colors. You'll notice that primary colors are extremely common Toys R Us, and there are also some secondary colors. At Pottery Barn, you will find most of the colors are tertiary. If a primary color is used, it's almost always surrounded by muted tertiary colors. If you want, also take a look at how shape is used by each. (And if you don't have either of those stores in your area, take a look at their web sites. Not quite as clear there, but a designer should be able to pick up on the difference.)
Generally, more simplistic colors are used for a more simplistic market, while more complex colors are used for a more complex market.
I don't feel like I need to prove anything to you. You posted your icons and asked for feedback, so I provided it. If you're not open to feedback on your designs, then perhaps you should rethink asking for feedback.
You said that my icons looks very unprofessional, well... why? (and please, dont tell me "because you're using primary colors and rounded organic shapes". If you're talking about professional and unprofessional, so... be a professional and argue why you're saying that. I CANT improve my work if you don't give me good reazons.)
I'm agree with Bichufo. You're using in you're website monoslidshow. Wow so profesional!
You made a nice stuff with GIMP... but GIMP is very unprofessional. (So, if you're talking about professional and unprofessional, just start seeing what are you using for design).
I think you have me confused with the other poster.