Icon Design Guidelines by 박호열

 Icon Design Guidelines
 
   

Launcher Icons
A Launcher icon is a graphic that represents your application on the device's Home screen and in the Launcher window.

Menu Icons
Menu icons are graphical elements placed in the options menu shown to users when they press the Menu button.
Status Bar Icons
Status bar icons are used to represent notifications from your application in the status bar.
Tab Icons
Tab icons are graphical elements used to represent individual tabs in a multi-tab interface.
Dialog Icons
Dialog icons are shown in pop-up dialog boxes that prompt the user for interaction.
List View Icons
List view icons are used with ListView to graphically represent list items. An example is the Settings application.


Quickview

  • You can use several types of icons in an Android application.
  • Your icons should follow the general specification in this document.
  • You should create separate icon sets for high-, medium-, and low-density screens.

In this document

  1. Using the Icon Templates Pack
  2. Providing Density-Specific Icon Sets
  3. Tips for Designers

Topics

  1. Launcher Icons
  2. Menu Icons
  3. Status Bar Icons
  4. Tab Icons
  5. Dialog Icons
  6. List View Icons

Downloads

  1. Android Icon Templates Pack, v2.3 »
  2. Android Icon Templates Pack, v2.0 »
  3. Android Icon Templates Pack, v1.0 »

See also

  1. Supporting Multiple Screens



http://developer.android.com/guide/practices/ui_guidelines/icon_design.html




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