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Offline Radical_Assasin

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[Feedback] Hong Kong Keycaps
« on: Wed, 05 May 2021, 01:54:44 »
This is a concept for a set, inspired by Hong Kong. Any suggestions and feedback is much appreciated!

Offline stufdcrw2

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Re: [Feedback] Hong Kong Keycaps
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 06 May 2021, 15:09:19 »
IDK if this is just a me thing, but the different colors on the modifiers with no apparent reason for their respective coloring doesn't look nice

Offline Volny

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Re: [Feedback] Hong Kong Keycaps
« Reply #2 on: Sat, 05 June 2021, 20:08:47 »
There's a lack of logical consistency or balance in a few places.

The white-on-red f keys are very bold, while the orange-on-white are very subtle. Why not red-on-white instead?

Why is numpad plus so huge and top-aligned when nearby keys on the numpad is centre aligned?

Why not at least give both shifts the same color?

Offline crueshere

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Re: [Feedback] Hong Kong Keycaps
« Reply #3 on: Mon, 07 June 2021, 00:17:46 »
I would of personally kept with the orange on modifier keys and not just have random colors on them.

Offline james97

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Re: [Feedback] Hong Kong Keycaps
« Reply #4 on: Tue, 08 June 2021, 09:55:37 »
Depends on Which type of keycap you wanna make.
If it's resin keycap, you can add tons of icons there, from flag, building, ship to even food.
If it's 3D keycaps, the logic is the same but easier to make.
The idea is designing your keycap according to your preference and capability.
Hope it helps :)