I am working on a freebie set of 16x16 icons for use in your webapp UI's.
What do you think? It is all vector based so it is easily scalable for bigger sizes (32x32 etc.).
Should be released by fine folks of Webdesign Tuts+ shortly. Stay tuned.
over 1 year ago
Looking great! :)
Looks great Pavel. If they're vector files then I'm sure there will be a lot of grateful designers :)
@Zane: Thanks Zane, hopefully designers find some use for them;) The five 32x32 icons at bottom are just simply double scaled 16x16 ones without any modification.
There is never enough sharp little icons and these are supersharp
@Adam: Glad to hear that ;)
These are sharp but why create more glyph icons when there are dozens of them already out there. with the same objects I am sure?
So. Fucking. Clean.
Great work Pavel, any idea when these will be finished?
@Arten: Why not ;) But seriously, there is always something missing, or something wrong (and I'm sure it is with my set too), and foremost we can't all use the same glyph sets all the time....
@Facundo @d_e: Cheers guys!
@Shaun: Thanks man, I am not sure. Sorry:( I am almost done (few days of work left), but I don't know what Webtuts's plan is...
by Pavel Maček
My free set of icons for use in web apps just went live on Webdesigntuts+ http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/freebies/icons-freebies/exclusive-freebie-50-crisp-web-app-icons/
They are fully scalable, working best in 16x16 and 32x32 pixels. Ready to be customized to you liking.
Check them out. I am looking forward to see what do you think. Heavy criticism welcomed!
over 1 year ago
These are awesome, thanks Pav!
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