The latest icon pack released in mid-2017. As Toca was a success and demand for round icons grew, based on couple of polls users were in favor of releasing round version of Toca. This icon pack was dubbed Circulus after latin “circle”. Though Circulus did not get widespread media attention, it did catch icon pack enthusiasts’ eyes.
Elta is an icon pack for Android. It was my second icon pack and third aplication for Android. As Voxel was a massive success, there was a demand for other versions of the icon pack. After some time Elta and Rondo were born. Elta is based on flat design principles, which were a big trend in 2013–2014.
Folium is an icon pack for Android. It was my third release of an icon pack. My main target was to use a non-usual icon background and combine a limited, but vibrant palette which consists only of 10 colours. Even though Folium is visually very playful, most people chose to use more subtle icon packs, such as Rondo.
Lai is an icon pack for Android. It was my first ever paid application released for Android. Released in 2015, this icon pack mimics the look of rectangular stickers with some addition of newly released Material Design colour palette. In 2016 it received its first major update which vastly improved overal look.
Lux Dark is an icon pack for Android. It was my first attempt to use gradient colours in my icon packs. Released in 2016 together with Lux Light, it did caught many users’ attention. After few months Lux Dark received a major update to its colour gradient palette which polished icon pack very well.
Lux Light is an icon pack for Android. It was my first attempt to use gradient colours in my icon packs. Released in 2016 together with Lux Dark. After few months Lux Light received a major update to its colour gradient palette which polished icon pack very well.
My second application released for Android. Superseded by Inkywalls, then (very) 4K walls and then boooring.
Toca is an icon pack for Android. It was my first ever released icon pack based on light-study. After Google announced Material Design, community was in favor of new icon packs based on new design principles. My attempt was to make simple icons which maintain some of Google’s presented design principles - light study.
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