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:star::star::star-empty::star-empty: Overall
:star::star-half::star-empty::star-empty::star-empty: Vision
:star::star::star-half::star-empty::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Technique
:star::star-empty::star-empty::star-empty::star-empty: Impact

This is quite interesting. They look like something Microsoft would have made.

For Vision I would say this would be just for utility purposes because using clashing art styles isn't pleasant and they also look quite nicely done.

For Originality I would say this is very original because most, if not all Metro UI icon sets I have seen say that this project is their inspiration.

For Technique I'd say that you took lots of time trying to make them in Illustrator or other programs of the sort and you probably had to try and look at the logos and try to make the icons as precise as you can.

For Impact I'd say there isn't much but this piece doesn't need impact to look good and it shouldn't need it either because its for utility purposes.

My final thoughts are that this is very amazing and I like it very much because of the sparse collection of icons (some of them are things I didn't even know existed) that can be used to replace those normal icons. But I have my problems, for one it doesn't have filetypes (yes I know there is a link to a filetype set but it isn't sparse and all of them or ico files) and many programs I wished were included (Sway, OpenOffice Programs, LibreOffice and it's programs, more Autodesk, Muse and Incopy.) but overall it's pretty good.