Icons are very essential in almost any web project. Effective use of icons can easily help bridge connection between the user and the website. Websites, specially blogs and community sites, normally use icons to add social media links to their site. No matter you hate or love social networking sites, whether you want to add only a service or dozens, they always bring you visitors to your site.
To continue our grateful attitude to our readers and community in general, we are glad to release yet another high quality icon set – “SocialShift” designed exclusively for iShift readers by Manuel López, a graphic designer from Spain.
SocialShift, as the name implies, is a social networking related icon set. This icon set includes total 246 social networking/media icons in PNG versions.
Man is a social animal and he can’t exist in isolation, we make friends and find common interest groups and socialize with people or society or things of our interest. Internet has provided us a great bridge and even a greater platform on which the social networks (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Digg etc ) are made. The basic concept is similar to all: to find your friends or share information, get along common interest group and explore new ones.
The icon set includes 82 icons in PNG format of different social networking sites in 3 different sizes: 16×16, 32×32 and 64×64, that means a total amount of 246 icons covering various social networks like Digg, Delicious, Facebook, Google Buzz, Linked In, Mixx, MySpace, Reddit, StumbleUpon, Technorati and Twitter. Designed by Manuel López exclusively for InstantShift.com readers only.
By downloading this Icon set, it is vital that you understood the following terms and conditions :
Manuel López (aka emey) is a engineering student and self taught graphic designer from Spain that discover the world of design on deviantart, about one year ago he decided to start doing his own works with photoshop like icons and interfaces. You can checkout his work on his Deviantart and Lovedsgn portfolio. Or you can follow him on Twitter.