Decided to stop charging for these and give them away for free. No gimmicks or link-backs. Just use em. Over 1100 icons, 32px and 64px, all hand-tuned for ultimate clarity and crispness. Power to the people!
The twitter icon is out of date in this shot, but accurate in the download.
7 months ago
Way to go Rogue.
@Rogie King thank you kind sir!
Thank you Rogie!
You're a good man, Rogie Brown.
Really like the share button's hover, but not the actual social icon's hover.
@Oscar Waczynski would love a suggestion for that.
@Rogie King I think the icons are good, but the color the icons change to on hover are too harsh. The light teal color for twitter is too light and the grey for facebook doesn't say facebook to me. Maybe just make the both icons sightly brighter on hover from their original color?
Of course, just my humble opinion. Just curious... whats that pattern behind H2?
@Oscar Waczynski I'm 100% in agreement with you. The style is an oversight and an inheritance from the main site styles.
Wahoo awesome for us! Nice way to start off your blog ;)
It's pretty cool to share that for free. Nice icon set, for sure. The Twitter icon is a bit outdated, though... :-/
Amazing! Thank you Sir Rogie! Are you still using mighty Fireworks for this kind of task?
@Thibaut Ninove the icon is correct in the download.
Quick feedback for the sake of it:
1. Many shapes look a bit jagged -- or not perfectly smooth -- including the radius of the squares. (Pro tip: try Sketch).
2. The white highlights are too strong in my opinion. It's especially visible on icons like the Delicious one.
@Benjamin De Cock is this critique after downloading or based on the visuals in this shot? If the visuals in this shot, Fireworks is doing a crappy job, I'd agree and the styles were sort of slapped together for this one.
Thanks so much :)
@Rogie King Based on the visuals in this shot and yes, I know how much Fireworks sucks :D
Your are the awesomest! :) thx
You're such a badass.
God bless you kind sir!
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