On Wed, Apr 05, 2006 at 12:48:08AM +0700, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
So there's this close-to-sine-wave that can be read to represent audio.
The arrows tell us it goes everywhere. They also make it look quite
But it's wrapped in an egg!?
The oval should be dropped. It doesn't add meaning and makes the
outer shape less recognizable.
The stems of the upper left and lower right arrows come too close
to the waveform. I think the arrows would work with just their
heads, simply triangles.
The circle, arrows and colours give this an ethno/ tribal feel.
This might be a good thing, I'm not sure.
The waveform should be an exact sine (can be scaled) or obviously
be something different.
I would try black or white for the waveform, to only leave one
special colour to the circle. The circle could do with an outline,