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New Design Services Site Launch

Iconfactory launches new Design Services site at http://design.iconfactory.com

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Introducing Refresh- Snow Leopard

Artist Dave Brasgalla introduces a new take on his popular Refresh line of folder icons for Apple's Snow Leopard OS.

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Nimble Folders Roll In

Talos Tsui expands on his Nimble style folders with a new system folder set for your Mac or PC desktop.

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Helios Database Stock Set Released

The Iconfactory announces the release of the Helios Database royalty-free stock icon collections for developers.

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iPhonica Vol. 4 Is Here

Artist Kate England releases Volume 4 of her series of icons based on the GUI of Apple's new iPhone.

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Iconfactory Comes to TMUG in Raleigh

Ged & Anthony will be appearing at the Triangle Mac User's Group meeting this Monday, March 10th in Raleigh.

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Agua Stacks for Your Dock

Spruce up the appearance of your Leopard stacks with the latest freeware release from David Lanham - Agua Stacks.

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Leopard Gets New Folders

Dave Brasgalla takes up the challenge of designing a new set of default folders for Apple's Leopard operating system.

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iPhonica Vol. 3 Arrives

Artist Kate England releases Volume 3 of her series of icons based on the GUI of Apple's new iPhone.

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'Featured Client Projects' Update

The Iconfactory's Featured Projects gets updated with new work from Microsoft Windows Vista, Roxio Central and more.

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We All Scream for iPhone!

Artist Kate England releases the follow up set to Marmalade Moon's recently released iPhonica icon collection.

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Vinyl Database Stock Sets Released

The Iconfactory announces the release of the Vinyl Database royalty-free stock icon collections for developers.

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xScope 1.5 Now With Universal Binary Support

ARTIS Software and the Iconfactory release xScope 1.5 with new features and univeral binary support.

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Aquatica Database Stock Set Released

The Iconfactory announces the release of the Aquatica Database royalty-free stock icon collection for developers.

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Introducing "Somatic" For CandyBar

Artist David Lanham offers up his first IF freeware icon creation, a fun and whimsical CandyBar set called Somatic.

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xScope Earns High Marks

ARTIS and the Iconfactory's powerful toolkit for designers, xScope, earns high marks from critics & users alike.

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New Stock Icon Set

The Iconfactory announces the release of a new family of stock icons for developers and designers - Satin.

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