Guess this Badge and Win a Free one-year Gold Treehouse account ($588 value)

Screenshot of the Treehouse badgemap, pointing to a yellow Badge with two sliders on it.

We’ve got a fun contest to win a free 1-year Gold Treehouse account (worth $588). When we launch Treehouse you’ll be able to take Quizzes and do Code Challenges to unlock badges, to prove your knowledge.

To win the competition, all you have to do is guess the name of the Badge in the photo above and tweet out your answer. Make sure to include @treehouse in the tweet so we can find your entry.

We’ll choose one winner and the competition closes a midnight Thursday Nov 3rd.

Good luck!

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61 comments on “Guess this Badge and Win a Free one-year Gold Treehouse account ($588 value)

  1. If i saw it on it’s own i’d say Advanced HTML Forms (it looks a lot like HTML 5 range input)…
    … but it appears to fall under CSS3.

    All the other icons seem to be CSS3 related: box radius, text shadow,   @ font face, opacity, backgrounds, transition, transform. So it has to be something about CSS (or CSS3). Something to do with RGBA colors or styling web forms.

    This is a hard one :)

  2. If i saw it on it’s own i’d say Advanced HTML Forms (it looks a lot like HTML 5 range input)…
    … but it appears to fall under CSS3.

    All the other icons seem to be CSS3 related: box radius, text shadow,   @ font face, opacity, backgrounds, transition, transform. So it has to be something about CSS (or CSS3). Something to do with RGBA colors or styling web forms.

    This is a hard one :)

  3. Defrost toaster setting … ? Graphic Equalizer … ? Or Responsive / Reactive Web Design …? ;-)

  4. HTML5 slider bar.

     
     
     
      HTML5 Slider 
     
     function showValue(num){
              var result = document.getElementById(‘result’);    
              result.innerHTML = num;
     }
     
     
     
     
     

  5. HTML5 slider bar.

     
     
     
      HTML5 Slider
     
      function showValue(num){
               var result = document.getElementById(‘result’);     
               result.innerHTML = num;
     }
     
     
     
     
     

  6. If the meaning of the icon isn’t reasonably obvious to most users and requires guessing to figure out, my guess is it’s a poorly-designed icon.