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Harmony Finance Stock Icons Released

The Iconfactory releases the first in a new series of sets for Stockicons.com - Harmony and Contour Finance.

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iMacOS

Classic system replacement set based on the iMac.

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LSX Web Suite

The Iconfactory was hired to design an icon suite for the website of one of the largest financial institutions in the world, the London Stock Exchange.

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FolioCalc

Iconfactory artists worked to design a memorable set of desktop and toolbar icons for RhodoSoft's Mac OS X investment portfolio tracker - FolioCalc.

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Quicken 2004

The Iconfactory provided Intuit with an update to an entire suite of toolbar and desktop icons to bring Quicken up to Appleā€™s OS X user interface standards.

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