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As a graphic designer at WinePress Publishing, Thomas enjoys helping authors publish their book with the finest quality. Aside from designing for WinePress, he writes regularly for WinePress of Words, an online magazine dedicated to writers. Feel free to connect with him on Twitter: @ThomasDesign
Today, we’re excited to present you with a free icon set, called Style Guides. Perfect for websites with an editorial flair, Style Guides features 14 high-quality icons ranging from 32×32 to 512×512 pixels. Designed by Thomas McGee of WinePress of Words, this set has been exclusively released for Smashing Magazine and its readers.
Adapted and expanded from a previous set, Style Guides makes an excellent addition to any website, especially those related to the writing trade. Perfect for your next client’s website or to showcase your own editorial endeavors, these icons would be useful to any designer or developer.
Today we're excited to present you a new icon set called Coded. Designed with web developers in mind, Coded features 25 high-quality icons ranging from 512×512px to 32×32px. Designed by Thomas McGee, this set has been released exclusively for Smashing Magazine and its readers. [Links checked March/03/2017]
The Coded Icon Set makes an excellent addition to any website, especially those inspired by the trade of web development. Perfect for your next client's site or for showcasing your own web development — these icons are useful for every coder.
Let's say you're driving down the freeway at 65mph and you see the roadside plastered with advertising posters on both sides. Some small, some large, all meant in some measure to cause you to remember a brand or identity, to keep that company name in your mind. The more saturated the roadside becomes with advertisements, the more the brand has to be distinctively creative, unique and memorable.
Generally, the eye-catching ads are mostly the ones with witty taglines that are easy and fun to remember. As much as the colors of the images and fonts being used are important to make it easy on the eyes, the idea actually has to be unique and simple enough to be separated from other commercials.