Android Nougat Settings Icon Concept


I usually stay away from concepts for stock Android icons, simply because I really like them, however with Android Nougat (seemingly) around the corner, and some leaks showing a UI colour change, I thought I'll give the Settings app icon a shot. 

The icons are rather self explanatory, the ones to the left and centre have the Nougat colour sheme and the one to the right has the Marshmallow teal colour sheme, because why not.

Weather Quick Settings Tile Icon

Here's an icon for a brand new app for Android 7.0 once again made by +Florian Möhle and myself. 

It's called Weather Quick Settings Tile and it's pretty self explanatory. The app adds a new tile to your Quick Settings drawer, which shows your current weather and temperature. We've included a few customisation options which can be accessed by double tapping the tile.

This app will most likely be a part of a series of these little useful tile apps hence why the icon is so simple. 

If you're on Android Nougat Developer Preview you can click the button below to try it out!


Trainline Icon Concept

Just a simple concept for an icon for the Trainline app.

This was mostly a demo for a friend on how I make my icons, I thought it looks nice enough to share though.

CameraNextMod Icons

OnePlus One users might remember the widely recognised CameraNextMod for which I've redesigned the camera icon a while back. Now CameraNextMod is back to life, this time with PrathameshMS being responsible for it. Also, just like last time I've designed the icon, or in this case three icons for the app.

The mod is available on xda-developers HERE and you can pick whichever icon out of the three you like. Keep in mind though that this mod is specifically for the OnePlus One!

ADW Launcher Icon Concept

After 5 years ADW Launcher is finally getting a 2.0 update! With it the app has received a redesigned icon. However it didn't follow material design guidelines to my liking so I decided to make my own concept of it.  

For more details about the update check out the article on Android Police HERE.

Fake GPS Icon

Having previously worked with me on the ADV Screen Recorder icon, ByteRev have contacted me again with a request of a redesign of the icon for Fake GPS app. 

Fake GPS, as the title suggests, is an app that allows you to pick a location different from where you currently are for testing purposes. 

The new icon and the new banner can be seen both on the Play Store page as well as in app. Where you will also find a new map marker and a new notification icon. You can get the app by clicking the button below.

Light Styles Logo

This is quite a random entry on my website, but I thought I'd share it anyway as I like the way it has turned out.

My friend Beth who studies Digital Media has given me a brief for a logo and challenged me to design it. The logo was supposed to be for a fictional company called Light Styles that does things such as projection mapping. 

I know it doesn't really have anything to do with material design other than sizing and some details maybe. But it was a really fun logo to make so I thought I'd share it!

Check out Beth's website where she shares her designs www.bethfoxcroft.com.

Absolutely Wallpapers Icon

Here's another icon redesigned for +Ethan Cannon (ERC Software) to be a part of his new Absolutely Wallpapers app! The original design of the icon was created by +Harshpreet S

Initially it was considered to make the app a peach-like orange colour, you can see the icon of that version here.

The app is available on Google Play Store and you can get it by clicking the button below.

Backup Icon

This is another unused icon, however this one is a little mysterious as for the life of me I can't remember for who or why it was designed. 

However, looking back at it I thought it looks quite nice so I thought I'd share it.

Spotify Icon Concept

I personally don't use Spotify due to having Google Play Music all access. However, their app is also quite cool, it even uses a share of material design elements. 

It is disappointing though that with the redesign of their app they decided to make the icon completely flat. Therefore I designed my own concept, simply adding some material definition to the original icon.