Communication icons are often commonly used within website design and online presentations. If you’d like to make use of the following glossy button style icons please feel free. This set includes a traditional telephone, mouse, mobile (both sending and receiving), email/letter, download, RSS/wifi and satellite icons on a blue background. Check out the free download category for more free icons.
To use any of these free communication icons simply right click on the icon set and select “Save image as…” from the on screen menu and the high quality image will download to your computer. These are royalty free icons and there is no need to obtain a license or provide a link to the Scottish Borders Website Design blog or site.
Danny Frank, Glasgow Every now and then a website brief will come along that allows for a highly creative and stylised website design. The new Danny Frank music website was inspired by Danny’s country and western music and his love of westerns. Following on from the design of his logo, Scottish Borders Website Design created the site to look like an aged poster pinned to an old wooden wall; a look that instantly connects the site design to the music it promotes. Danny didn’t want to feature in the main banner photo, so a stock photo was selected to complete the scene and various Photoshop techniques were used to distress and age the photo and web page. Danny’s feedback: “I think you’ve done an excellent job (work of art!) it is just what I wanted and I am very pleased with all aspects of your design.”
Tallantyre Interior Design, Morpeth Having an established shop in the north east of England, the Tallantyre logo was already well recognised. An evolution of the logo was required for the forthcoming website however, and this new logo blends the original Tallantyre style with a new, crisp, classical feel to help promote the online interior design store that Scottish Borders Website Design is developing.