AW: [Tango-artists] Icons for "heating"
Carsten Knopf - Servicecrew.de
c.knopf at servicecrew.de
Thu May 11 12:23:41 PDT 2006
With the project it is a question of customer enquiries which would like a
new heating system. In this case we calculate the wish and the
recommendation by means of specific questions which heating for every single
one into consideration comes.
The software determines in each case a result for wish (ecological attitude
etc.) and for the recommendation (technical and financial feasibility).
In this case there are 5 global heating types. Now as written: Solar,
geothermal heat, gas, oil, wood. The wish and the recommendation are
indicated as an icon so that one sees at a glance which heating it is a
The data records are represented in an overview: ID, date, place, zip code,
valency, WISH, RECOMMENDATION, Details etc.
For gas for example a pipeline with blue / yellow flame.
For geothermal heat a house with blue (for cooling) and red (for heat) tube
into the earth.
It is supposed to be recognizable in this case at the icon at a glance which
heating type it is a question of.
The format could be 22 x 22 Pixel.
Von: Rodney Dawes [mailto:dobey at novell.com]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 11. Mai 2006 16:32
An: Carsten Knopf - Servicecrew.de
Cc: tango-artists at lists.freedesktop.org
Betreff: Re: [Tango-artists] Icons for "heating"
On Thu, 2006-05-11 at 14:08 +0200, Carsten Knopf - Servicecrew.de wrote:
> I search an icon-specialist who can form some icons for a project of
> Heating is the topic. I need icons for the 5 global heating kinds.
> Solar, geothermal heat, gas, oil and wood.
Might I ask what the project is specifically? It sounds interesting, but
would be good to have knowledge of, so that the person who draws the
icons has a better idea of how they're being used, and can make the best
> I need in each case an icon to that in 20 x 20 pixels.
Is there any particular reason why they must be 20x20? It's an odd size
(not a multiple of 8), and hard to fit much detail into.
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