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It seems like everyday there is a new crop of super awesome social media icon sets released. Custom icons are a great way to spruce up a blog or website. They can bring character and enhance the rest of your design. Not everyone is an icon designer- and finding the perfect set to match your design could be a chore.
In my web travels I have collected and compiled a huge resource of these icons that are all available for free! No matter what kind of website/blog you have you can find the perfect set of icons – being it a clean and professional look or hand-drawn and grunge – there is an icon for that!
While there is too much to list at one time, I figured I would try to group them as best I can, and deliver them to you in a series of posts, of which this will be the first :D
So below please enjoy the first part of the “Social Networking Icon Sets” with 50 different sets!
Using textures in your designs is one sure way to give an item a more realistic feel and depth. Using textures, patterns and other grunge-type effects are one of my absolute favorite design methods. I end up being drawn to this type of design over any other.
There are moments when you are working on a project, when you realize that you just aren’t the best at everything. Or you hit a roadblock. Or you just need a little assistance. It might be choosing a color palette, creating an certain icon or creating the perfect background pattern. Everyone could use a little help now and then.
This is by no means a comprehensive list on each topic, but places that I have found the resources I’ve needed on several occasions that are alternatives from my normal methods.