Showing posts from October, 2012
It can be a difficult task just to find the perfect social media icon set. So made our own Kirksville Web Design Social Media Icon Pack! We created our icons using Inkscape (similar to Adobe Illustrator) and saved all the icons in .svg format. We also provided all the icons in 32px and 64px .png sizes. Here's what's included in your icon pack: Google Plus Icon - 32x32px, 64x64px, vector .svg Twitter Icon - 32x32px, 64x64px, vector .svg Facebook Icon - 32x32px, 64x64px, vector .svg Linkedin Icon - 32x32px, 64x64px, vector .svg This icon set is not some corny rendition of an icon. They are as close to the real deal as we could get. Here's an example of the style. Available in Flat Color, Light Reflection, and Shaded. Download all the icons in a .zip file via Pay with a Tweet:
- Other Apps
The Google Apps Team, on their Youtube Channel has released a concise video walkthrough for forwarding a Google Site built on Google Apps for Business to a custom domain, like intranet.example.com So if you are looking to simplify the user login experience to the company intranet or just put your public website on www.example.com, this video shows how easy it really is. Just remember, this is the method for Google Apps, not for your typical Gmail account. I recommend using Google Apps anyways because it is free for up to 10 users and you get a lot more hosting space. Transcript: You can a public Google Site to your own custom domain. Google Sites are easy to update and create, but normally the link to the Google Site looks something like this - that's a long URL to enter. You can easily setup your Google Site with a custom URL, like www.yourdomain.com, or even dashboard.yourdomain.com. To make a Google Site available from a custom URL, you need to add
- Other Apps
When you are a web designer it can be hard to break away from your client's websites to give your own Google Sites a graphical update. Kirksville Web Design had not been given a proper revamp in a couple months. Using GIMP, we created new header and footer images. We simplified the approach on the homepage and made a more dramatic impression. I know my style, skills, and preferences are always changing. So it's not say the old design was bad, but my designer conscience started to bother me and I started not to like it as much as I once did. One thing I am fond of is the Google logo and script in the top right. The color and familiarity of the logo grab your attention. Let me know what you think in the comments below.