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It’s been quite a long time since I was planning to redesign the theme of my website Double-J Design. And now it is ready and here it is the first release! This time I used more bright colours than the old theme which was in dark blue. As Double-J Design is focusing on design ICONS and GUIs for web or desktop applications as well as print projects, on the home page I put a target line “Looking for Icons?” in order to how the primary services of Double-J Design.
However, there are still some problems or bugs with this theme and I will try my best to improve it. For example, I found that the layout will be slightly different in Internet Explorer and Safira, the positioning of some texts are different. I also found that in Internet Explorer 8, using compatiable view will be better. I will be trying to minimise the mistake in the template files and CSS style sheet. Therefore I desperately need your comments or suggestions or solutions to those bugs or porblems which will be all greatly helpful in the improvment of my site in the future. Also after a few of days and after a few tweaks, I would like to contribute this theme to public as a WordPress theme. Thanks again for your visit to Double-J Design and hopefully everyone can find useful resources here.
This week, my icon set has been published on Web Designer Depot again named ‘Primo’. It is a set of over 200 icons and provided in both raster and vector formats: The transparent PNG versions are 48×48, 64×64 and 128×128, and we have also included Illustrator files so that you can resize the icons as needed.
On WDD, The icons are completely free for personal and commercial use and they’re being released exclusively to all our readers. If you’d like to share these icons, please refer your friends to this page so that they can download their copy from here. Thanks a lot WDD for publishing my icon set. It’s been a pleasure to provide the stuff for the site.
Below you’ll find a full preview of all icons included in this set. The download link appears at the bottom. Enjoy!
There again on Web Designer Depot, a set of twitter icons designed by me has been published for downloading. This is a set of 50 free and exclusive Twitter icons that you can use for your websites.
The icons are provided in both raster and vector formats: The transparent PNG versions are 256×256, and we have also included Illustrator files so that you can resize the icons as needed. The icons are completely free for personal and commercial use and they’re being released exclusively to all WDD readers. The download links can be found in this page.
From the basic terminal operation system to currently very complex graphics user interface, there are some elements playing an important role in our visual – the icons. They illustrate things using image without any language problem. For your blog, icons can give your text a boost in vision. Of course, you can download from plenty of places for open-source web elements including icons. Sometimes or most of time, you do not want to use the same icon set as others. So making your own icon sets can give your blog a brand new style. Here you can find some simple ways and tips to make your own unique icon designs. Thanks to Adobe Illustrator, these designs can be done in minutes.
Blockie was originally designed by myself as a free icon set for IconDock. Then IconDock collaborated with me and made a full set of of over 235 unique icons. You can buy the complete Blockie Vector Set (styles included: solid, grayscale, and color) or the pixel set which are available in grayscale and color on IconDock.
It’s very nice of Nick (from IconDock) to include my design in this set and specially stated my name and website on their beautiful web icon shop (icondock.com). This vector set is provided in 3 different versions that can complement most of your projects. You can use them separately or combine them together to create mouseover effects. You will receive 307 color vector icons, plus a free set of the solid and grayscale version.
There are also instructions and samples of how to use this icon set in your projects. The following are the full preview and the samples of how to use Blockie Icon Set.
Handy is a vector icon set designed by myself and brought to you by Webdesigner Depot. It is a set of 24 free and exclusive vector icons that can be used on websites, logos and more.
The icons have a unique hand drawn feeling and look great in color or black and white. The set also includes most social media websites, such as Delicious, Digg and many more.
These icons are completely free for personal and commercial use and they’re being released exclusively to all WDD RSS subscribers.
If you’d like to share these icons, please refer your friends to this page so that they can download them from there.
On IconDock (icondock.com), another free icon set designed by myself has been released. See detail and the download link in this post. This set is named “Origami” and it is a set of 15 free icons for you desktop/web applicaitons as well as print design use.
All icons are completely free for both personal and commercial use. Resell and distribution is not allowed. The icons are available in 5 different sizes (16px, 32px, 48px, 128px, and 256px) and come as Windows ICO and 32-bit transparent PNG files. The icons are also available in vector format (Adobe Illustrator AI format).
Siena is a brand new set of 200 free icons, designed by ME exclusively for Webdesigner Depot. You can use them for your designs such as logos, websites and much more. They come in 6 different raster sizes and we have also included vector files for all the icons, so you can resize them as needed.
These icons are completely free for both personal and commercial use. To download your copy, simply subscribe to Web Designer Depot RSS feed and you’ll find the download link at the bottom of this post (note that this link is only visible in the RSS subscriber feed of this post, it must be viewed through an RSS reader).
If you’d like to share these icons, please refer your friends to this page. Below is a full preview of all 200 icons for quick reference. Enjoy!
In this tutorial, we will see how to draw vector icons in a sketch style using Adobe Illustrator CS3. In many cases, sketch style graphic elements (backgrounds, icons, texts) are popular especially for designers’ websites as most of designs come from the very basic sketch drawings. Examples can be found everywhere (e.g. Web Designer Wall, Carphone Warehouse).
Many design would draw these icons by hand and then scan them into the computer, clean up a little bit and use them. Actually, to draw some vector icons in this style is not as complicated as it looks like. Thanks to some distortion functions in Adobe Illustrator. Here we will share some easy steps of drawing an RSS icon and a MP3 file icon. Once you master this technique you can create similar icons for use in other projects like printed brochure layouts.
Another of my free icon sets has been published on IconDock recently. It is a set of 80 icons (available in four different colors). The icons can be used for Windows desktop softwares and general web applications such as blog themes, forums, and eCommerce sites. The icons are available in 5 different sizes (16×16px, 24×24px, 32×32px, 48×48px and 128×128px) and come as Windows ICO and 32-bit transparent PNG files. The icons are also available in vector format (Adobe Illustrator AI format).
All icons in the set are free for all personal use. The following is a full preview of these 80 icons, and the download link can be found HERE.