Archive for November, 2009
A very slick-looking set of shiny, amulet style icons in six different colors. The set of icon symbols is admittedly limited (and somewhat random), but blanks are included in each color for use with symbol fonts. The package also includes a fully vector, layered Adobe Photoshop (.psd) file that can be used to make more detailed icons in any color or size.
I just added a spiffy new freebie to the downloads area of www.ntdesignsonline.com. It’s an extensive set of segmented, “led style”, vertical gauges/sliders in .png format. The set features a wide variety of heights in two different widths: narrow; for gauge only applications, and wide; better suited for touch-operated sliders. The set also comes in five different colors: blue, green, amber, red and violet. There are 120 gauges total (240 graphic files including active and inactive states).
I would love to see these used for a complex, lighting control layout with a bunch of sliders! If you do something cool with them, send me a screenshot and I’ll post it on the blog.