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Say I'm showing buttons and next to certain people (the super admins), what would be the best icon to convey this meaning?

Currently I'm using a star icon, which definitely works, but I'm just wondering if there is anything that could be more fitting, and is more of a standard in this area.

closed as off-topic by tohster, Charles Wesley, Evil Closet Monkey, msp, ChrisF Mar 26 '15 at 11:08

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  • "Questions requesting Icon Suggestions are off topic. While the subject of icons is on topic, there's very little value in soliciting suggestions for a specific icon in a specific context. See this meta post for more information about this topic." – tohster, Charles Wesley, Evil Closet Monkey, msp, ChrisF
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  • Questions requesting Icon Suggestions are off topic. While the subject of icons is on topic, there's very little value in soliciting suggestions for a specific icon in a specific context. See this meta post for more information about this topic. – tohster Mar 25 '15 at 20:46
  • Thanks for letting me know, I wasn't sure how the guidelines for this specific stack exchange community were run – Brian Leishman Mar 25 '15 at 21:13
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    Brian, not your fault. This is a major UX problem with StackExchange itself, because the site doesn't do a good job of communicating guidelines! – tohster Mar 25 '15 at 21:15
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I would recommend using a Crown icon to give that more human feelings since you are assigning that icon to a person. A super admin is the king!

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    As someone commented on my original post, this was sort of opinionated and probably not within the guidelines of this community, but even so, this was exactly what I was looking for, and I hope that this helps someone in the future regardless. Thanks! – Brian Leishman Mar 25 '15 at 21:12
  • I'm happy that you liked that :) – aliesifar Mar 26 '15 at 3:23
  • UX (and design) is a language. Keeping that language consistent is key to good UX. I appreciate the question and this answer. I don't think it's off topic at all. I look forward to seeing this 'language' applied everywhere so we can all communicate intention visually and consistently. Cheers! – Strixy Mar 21 at 15:09

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