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Year In Review for 2010

2010 at the Iconfactory focused on Apple's new iPad, Frenzic coming of age, Astronut & of course plenty of icons.

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Year In Review for 2009

2009 at the Iconfactory introduced talented new faces, iPhone software, and a slew of cool icons including Star Trek.

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Year In Review for 2008

2008 at the Iconfactory included Indiana Jones icons, Frenzic for the iPhone, an Apple Design Award & much more.

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Year In Review for 2007

How time flies! We accomplished a lot in 2007 including new software, icons and a site devoted to our glassy overlord.

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Pixels, the Universe and Everything...

Corey and Dave join noted icon artists for an informal rap about icons and more in the latest 37Signals Fireside Chat.

Freeware

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Infinite Loop

Six colored numbers that adorn the exterior of Apple's campus in Cupertino, California.

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IF 200th Set

The Iconfactory's 200th freeware icon collection.

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Kidcon Alpine OS

A cool, Nordic system replacement icon set.

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World of Copland: 6

Classic World of Copland stuff including PDA's & more.

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MacQuarium

Desktop computers make great aquariums!

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What is the best way to add 16x16 (small) icons?

Experience has taught us that designing smaller icon versions by hand really is the way to get the best results.

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What is the best way to create 16x16 (small) icons?

For the best results, we recommend designing 16x16 versions by hand in Photoshop with pixel-clicking.

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How can I use parts of some icons to create new ones?

Follow the instructions in the full description to extract the pixels of the standard icon for manipulation in Photoshop.

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