1.0 Classy grey themed iOS app style icons for mobile and web.
This set contains 106 icons in Illustrator Symbols Library format. Just import into your Illustrator Symbols library. Categories: Illustrator Symbols
Icon styles are dark grey on a light grey square base with rounded corners, similar to iOS app icons. This set contains icon graphics created mostly for iOS apps, but contains some web style icons for buttons and a few random icons as well. All icons are vector art created in Adobe Illustrator and saved as an Illustrator PDF doc. You can download the icons as an Adobe Symbols Library above, but if you download the full PDF file you’ll automatically get the Symbols Library, which is included in the PDF. Just click the large preview image or the Download button below and it’s all yours!
It’s really difficult to find these iOS settings icons when you need them. Recently while working on an iPhone app I needed all of these icons and could only find a couple good clean ones that were large enough to use after a lot of time searching. As usual, I had to create my own. Arrrgh!
The slideshow below contains a few of the most common iOS settings icons such as airplane mode, bluetooth, brightness, location, notifications, and more. You can download the PNG files by clicking on the image, then downloading the large image, which is 512 x 512px.
I will be adding the Photoshop files for download when I finish creating my icon library.
~ UPDATED! 12-09-11 Added 14 new large images. These are large enough to fit all iPads and Retina displays in landscape or portrait mode. Found some cool stone/granite textures recently while I wasn’t even looking! Luckily … Read on→
Small collection of styles I’ve used for designing and rendering GUI elements such as icons, navigation, title & tab bars, and text for iPhone and iPad. Styles include simple bevel effects for text highlights to the glossy gradient styles used in tab bars, buttons and icons.
Wallpaper backgrounds for iPhone And yet another way to blow a whole bunch of hours that I really didn’t have to spare. Damn iPhone. Anyway, since I’ve already done the work I may as well share. … Read on→