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The Iconfactory is pleased to announce an all-new version of our icon construction filter - IconBuilder for Windows 2.0.
Response to Dugg article about Microsoft using an Apple icon on their website
Craig and Corey recap their time at Apple's WWDC Expo and offer some advice regarding the future of UI design.
The workers wait with baited breath for Cabel Sasser to return from video game E3 and give the ultra-cool lowdown.
Microsoft announces a new Windows vulnerablility listed as "critical" that deals with standard .ICO file formats.
We were charged to design the prototypes that would become the fundamental visual building blocks of the Microsoft Windows Vista icon suite.
Iconfactory artists designed and produced over 100 user interface and website icons for Microsoft's revolutionary new XBOX 360 entertainment platform.
Our team developed a new, friendly and consumer-oriented visual style for Microsoft's popular online community software - MSN 9.
Yes! IconBuilder supports the creation of both classic and modern Windows or .ico files from your Macintosh.
Absolutely! IconBuilder supports the creation of modern, 32-bit (millions of colors), deep mask icons.
Yes, IconBuilder XP is available for Windows, although its feature set is not as complete as the Mac version.
They represent the different types of downloads available for that set: iContainers, Mac format and Win format.
There are some important things to know when working with 32-bit Windows icons. Read on to learn more.
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