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We worked with Microsoft to create a fresh, new design style and produced over 100 icons to complete the makeover of the Windows XP look and feel.
We were charged to design the prototypes that would become the fundamental visual building blocks of the Microsoft Windows Vista icon suite.
Our team developed a new, friendly and consumer-oriented visual style for Microsoft's popular online community software - MSN 9.
We were charged with the creation of a new, unique icon style to unify the user interface in Red Hat’s overhaul of their very popular Linux operating system.
Iconfactory artists designed and produced over 100 user interface and website icons for Microsoft's revolutionary new XBOX 360 entertainment platform.
This suite of product icons was designed by the Iconfactory for PKWare to emphasize security as well as unparalleled compression and storage.
Custom icons are a visual way to quickly identify and locate various files and folders on your computer's desktop.
Once art work is finalized, we turn to the filter we created for use with Photoshop, IconBuilder, to construct our icons.
Many factors can prevent custom icons from being applied to Mac files or folders including locked items and more.
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