1. Exquisite Tweets from @leyink, @mrtoto, @trammell, @timoni, @mko, @k, @no_vem_ber, @benward

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    Twitter.app has another icon change? A high profile company shouldn't have such obvious branding mishaps & inconsistencies across platforms.

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    leyink

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  2. @leyink And they get worse with each iteration. I want the black one back.

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  3. @mrtoto It's crazy to me that the icons differ so much on desktop, iPhone, and web. (flat, perspectives, blues) cc @k @trammell @benward

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  4. @leyink true. I like the iPad best. Esp. because it is not blue. To many blue icons around.

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    mrtoto

    toto

  5. @leyink We're redoing the Flickr icons and *want* them to look different for each platform. Marks must be flexible. @k @trammell @benward

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    timoni

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  6. @trammell Your counterpoint has been made. Successfully. It doesn't (entirely) negate @leyink's point though.

    (cc: @mrtoto @k @benward)

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    mko

    Michael Owens

    @timoni There's flexible and there's inconsistent. I think Twitter's icons fit into the former, but just barely.

    (cc: @leyink @k @trammell)

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    mko

    Michael Owens

  7. @trammell agreed. Apple does it wrong (only one is blue though). But you should not use blue again. Please!!

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    mrtoto

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  9. @trammell @mrtoto @k @benward Agreed, but one is a store and another is a music player (on iPhone). DT is another issue. Diff functionality.

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  10. @dkr Don't get me wrong. I think it's fine as-is. I was just saying it's almost over the line between flexible & inconsistent. (cc @timoni)

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    mko

    Michael Owens

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  12. @trammell @mrtoto @k @benward It's also the company logo (bird) vs. product logo. Twitter's functionality is the same on all platforms.

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  13. @dkr @mko @timoni @leyink @trammell Signs I belong in product vs design: I don't care and don't think most users do either. Glad @stop does.

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    k

    Kevin Cheng (kev/null)

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  16. @dkr Obviously I'm not your typical user, but helllllllll no. That shit better be gorgeous.

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  17. @trammell @dkr @k @mko @timoni @stop Anyway, back to the salt mines. Love having design debates with you. Over beer next time? <3

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  20. @leyink @trammell The functionality *isn't* the same. Twitter for Mac is a timeline widget; a Cocoa clone of the website would be redundant.

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