If you’re in need of some original high quality music icons for a website design, online music player or Flash presentation, please feel free to download any of the following music icon sets. Each icon set contains back, next, stop, pause, play, record, fast forward and rewind buttons, and the icon itself is a hovering glossy button featuring a metallic rim and reflective inner surface. If the colours aren’t quite right for your creative needs the easiest thing to do is to tweak the hue using design software. Check out the free download category for more free icons.
To use any of the free music icons above simply right click on the coloured icon set of your choice 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.
You may also want to consider licensing royalty free music for your project. If so, the following genre based albums are available to preview and immediately license and download:
J&S Anderson, Hawick Having struggled to find reliable hosting and a designer willing to keep their website up to date, J&S Anderson contacted Scottish Borders Website Design for assistance. The brief for this new website design was for a no nonsense online catalogue showcasing products for sale, with a search facility and contact details. As requested, the site pretty much does “exactly what it says on the tin”!
Westend Garage, St. Boswells Scottish Borders Website Design launched the new Westend Garage website last week, right on time for a series of adverts on Radio Borders. Most clients rely on traditional search engine optimisation and marketing once a site has gone live in order to help build up website traffic and Page Rank. In this instance, the use of adverts on Radio Borders really got the new Westend Garage website noticed quickly (not to mention considerable interest in Scottish Borders Website Design as a happy consequence)!
Trabrownhill Therapy, Lauder Trabrownhill Therapy make use of neuro-linguistic programming and hypnotherapy to help people address everyday issues and more challenging problems. The logo needed to be original and trustworthy, but also calm and friendly. Scottish Borders Website Design created the icon to add an element of balance and symmetry to the overall design.
Cheviot Gardening Services, Coldstream Having tried and given up with a website provided by Yell, Cheviot Gardening Services came to Scottish Borders Website Design with a request for a clean, professional website that would help promote their Borders gardening services online, as well as provide them with valuable feedback on site performance. The new Cheviot Gardening Services launched today.
I captured this dramatic sunrise not long before moving east to Berwickshire. The Tweed Valley is a highly photogenic area, but when you are presented with such a stunning sunrise it’s hard to take a bad photo! This was taken just west of Peebles.