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300+ Icons for Web & User Interface Design

300+ Icons for Web & User Interface Design
Each icon in the Batch PSD is a single shape layer, meaning they can be scaled up—or down—without loss of quality. The download includes: PSD file (shape layers). SVGs (128x128). PNGs (16x16, 32x32, 64x64). Webfont (.eot, .ttf, .woff). New in Release 1.2 New in Release 1.3 The Batch Webfont was added in R1.3.

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Free and premium mousemade pixel perfect graphic design and web resources. Long time no see. Here's nice pack of 48 free flat icons! Flat design is perfect so I decided to make some nice flat icons. I stopped at number 48 for now ;) So hope you will like it and enjoi it.

Polaris UI Free - User Interface Pack Polaris UI Free is a set of beautiful free UI components, which includes Edit Boxes, Check Boxes, Radio Buttons, Page Navigation, Menu, Buttons, etc. You can use this UI Kit in any of your projects, and even learn with it, by examining each component to see how it is put together. You can easily use these elements in your design, or create a new one. Polaris UI will be suitable for creating both a web design and a mobile design or applications. Components are made in Adobe Photoshop (PSD) using Shape Layers (Vector Elements). Therefore, you can increase or decrease the size of each element without any loss of image quality.

Responsive Menu Concepts The following is a guest post by Tim Pietrusky. I know Tim from his prolific work on CodePen and from being a helpful community member there. He wrote to me with this guest post about responsive menus which I'm more than happy to share with you below. Not only is it a timely concept, but one of the concepts improves upon a clever CSS trick we've covered here in the past. When it comes to responsive design we are faced with various techniques on how to best handle altering our navigation menus for small screens. The resources seem endless.

75 Free Buttons For Online Payment Service Providers For a commercial site, and with the proliferation of online payment services, you may need to have buttons showing the logos of these services. Here is a set of icons payment card that you can place on your website or online business on your forms of payment. These icons are available in PNG format in two sizes (99×66 and 64×43). You will also find generic icons payment methods. A blank PSD is also included in the ZIP file. Here is the list of services identified in this set :EDIT : I added three missing icons : Payza, Paxum and PayU (generic icon). Free and premium mousemade pixel perfect graphic design and web resources. After long time, I bring you a set of nice clothes icons! Fully in vector .ai file, but it is super easy to import icons to photoshop as vector shape! Usable for eshops, infograhpics, print stuff and lot of other stuff. So hope you like it. Enjoi! Big size

Simple Effects for Drop-Down Lists A jQuery plugin for transforming select inputs into drop-down lists with some simple expanding effects. View demo Download source Today we want to share some simple drop-down list effects with you. The idea is to transform a normal select input into something more appealing with a jQuery plugin. Polaris UI Kit + Linecons Icon Set (AI, PDF, PNG, PSD, SVG) Today we are pleased to feature the Polaris UI icon set that includes useful UI components and 48 beautiful icons. This freebie was created by the team at Designmodo1. As usually, you can use the set for all of your projects for free and without any restrictions. Polaris UI Kit Link The Polaris UI Pack2 is a set of beautiful UI components, which includes Edit Boxes, Check Boxes, Radio Buttons, Page Navigation, Menu, Buttons, etc. You can use this set in any of your projects, and even learn with it, by examining each component to see how it is put together.

Responsive Navigation: Optimizing for Touch Across Devices As more diverse devices embrace touch as a primary input method, it may be time to revisit navigation standards on the Web. How can a navigation menu be designed to work across a wide range of touch screen sizes? In these demos, Jason Weaver and I decided to find out. 300 Images From 1800 Sites I started gathering little, iconesque web images for myself so that I could compare, contrast, and study the techniques used by graphic artists on the web like Ben Sky. My initial pool of images looked so interesting that I decided to continue methodically hunting and capturing the icons for a public display piece. The purpose of this document is not to copy the intellectual property of others, but rather as a jumping-off point for your own unique web graphic projects. It's for Brainstorming, if you will. I roughly estimate that for every six web sites I scoured, I was able to acquire one graphic image.

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