VirtualLNK Releases Accounting Collection Icons
VirtualLNK has released the first of their industry-specific icon collections. The Accounting Collection is their first collection of software icons linked to accounting, financial, and banking applications. The company has had a best seller with their Enterprise Icon Collection and hopes that the industry-specific collections will perform as well. Discounts are being offered on bundled packages containing both collections now.
This and other yet-released industry-specific icon collections are intended for application developers who are seeking professional-looking XP icons known for 3D appearances and striking gradients. The icons can be used in Windows or Mac applications and are available in either .ICO and .PNG formats and in five different sizes. Disabled versions of the icons are also available. The icons match common functions in accounting, financial, and banking applications. The icons can also be used in documentation to provide realistic, more striking graphic presentations.
The icons in the Accounting Collection are divided into eight different categories. They are:
- Delivery (Armored Truck, Shipping, Shipping Crate)
- Storage (Briefcase, Cabinet, Deposit Box, Wallet, Safe)
- ATM (Bank, Bank Accountant, Bank Internet, Bank Teller, Bank User, Check, Loan)
- Shopping (Basket, Card, Barcode, Barcode Reader)
- Calculations (Abacus, Calculator)
- Money (Cash, Coins, Gold, Signs, Money Box, Money Bay)
- Finance (Books, Financial Review, Spreadsheet)
- Miscellanious (Inkpad, Home, Treasure, Scale, Reports)
The five sizes provided are 16x16, 24x24, 32x32, 48x48, 72x72 over the two available file formats for the Normal and Disabled icons. The icons are available in brown, blue, grey, and grey-yellow.
VirtualLNK is a leading developer of high-quality, professional application icons and offers over 2000 software icons on their web site as well as a range of Multimedia services. Check out their company web site at http://www.virtuallnk.com/SoftwareIcons.asp.
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