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Speed up development of messaging software products and services and improve the usability and appearance of your new project with stock Message Toolbar Icons. Messaging services are a hot topic in today's world of global connectivity. The communications market is growing faster than ever. In order to be a successful player in this hot market, you have to be the first to offer a perfectly usable product or service. A graphical user interface plays an important role in the usability of software products and services. By providing clean, easily recognizable graphics in your application, you can build a perfectly usable product. But where do you get the right graphics if you are on a tight schedule and an even tighter budget? Hiring a designer to be part of your team may be the quickest solution, but it's also the most expensive. Contracting a third party is less expensive, but you are not guaranteed satisfactory, timely results. Can you afford putting your project at risk because of a third party contractor? Ordering a set of readily available icons is the best possible option for your development. With Message Toolbar Icons you get icons that are professionally designed and are assembled as a matching set. To place a custom order for icons of similar quality you would have to spend over ten times as much! Message Toolbar Icons only cost $49.95 for a whole set, or just $5 for a single icon. Message Toolbar Icons includes icons that represent typical symbols and actions that are often used in telephone application development. There are icons to represent different kinds of phones, dial and redial, disconnect, contacts, phone number and a lot more. Message Toolbar Library icons are available in BMP, GIF, ICO, and PNG formats, in 256 colors and True Color with semi-transparency. Each icon comes in several sizes including 16x16, 20x20, 24x24, 32x32, and 48x48 pixels.
Price USD49.95
License Free to try
File Size 2.37 MB
Version 2012.1
Operating System Windows 2003 Windows 2000 Windows Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows 98 Windows Me Windows XP Windows NT
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