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Cool Social Media Icon Design Fall 2013

Coming up with a cool, new, and unique design for social media icons is becoming more and more difficult as the year goes by for web designers, which is why they could use all the sources of inspiration they can get. That is why for today’s post I decided to look for a few of […]

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Customizing CSS Buttons with Pictogram Icons

In this featured tutorial, Jake Rocheleau of Design Woop teaches you how you can customize your CSS buttons using pictogram icons.

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App Icon Template

Category: tech, design App Icon Template is a creation by Danish designer Michael Flarup that automates the process of rendering different icon sizes for iOS Apps. His idea is to edit the largest size icon, which automatically renders smaller icons, to facilitate efficiency. It has easy export actions and ready-made textures that you can start […]

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Create Custom Icons with Favicon.cc

An essential tool for a website is the favicon. The most commonly used are the plugins or what they call the native functionality. Nowadays there are other alternatives for getting favicons and is from online services. Here’s one source that you might want to check out. Favicon.cc offers some illustrating functionality that you can use […]

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CSS-Made iOS Icons

HTML5 and CSS3 have each made a big difference in web design today, with new updates coming in from everywhere almost everyday. Here’s one experiment by Louis Harboe, which consists of iOS icons using pure CSS. By applying different CSS techniques that include rounded corners, shadows, gradients, rgba and other styles, he has created this […]

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We Love Icon Fonts

Looking for other icon font sources aside from Google Web fonts? Here’s an alternative to it. Tim Pietrusky of Germany came up with the We Love Icons collection, which is a counterpart of sorts to Google’s Web Fonts but only icons fonts. Although this is just in public beta phase, the collection is continually increasing. […]

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Creating An App Icon With MakeAppIcon

So let’s say that you’re all ready set to release your mobile app for both Android and iOS devices which you’ve been working on for the past several months now and all that’s left for you to do is to have the required image dimensions (and appropriate file name format) for each submission to the […]

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Spruce Up Your Windows 8 Tiles and Icons With Oblytile

Today’s featured software  is something that is sure to make users of the new Windows 8 a reason to appreciate their new OS even more. It’s a Windows tool that lets users spruce up Windows 8’s default program icons and tiles, and it’s called Oblytile. Once you’ve started pinning your programs onto the new Start […]

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Free Icon Font: Typicons

Websites without icons are unimaginable because icons are now a  staple element in web design. Here’s something I’ve found that is made by Stephen Hutchings, and it can help you make your designs cooler. Named Typicons, it’s a free-to-use icon set embedded in a webfont kit for easy use in your UI. It comes with […]

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Creating A Cool Post Date Icon Using CSS

Our featured tutorial for today is from Chris Spooner of LINE25, and what it’s about is recreating that classic and attractive calendar (or date) icon which I’m pretty sure is quite familiar to everyone; we usually see it on various user interfaces to represent an organizer app or widget. But in this tutorial,,you’re going to […]

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