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It’s been a while since I’ve done a dribbble freebie so with a few minutes free today I decided to pull out an old logo and do another dribbble freebie for the web design community. So, kc web design kent is proud to give out another dribbble freebie – Stacked note box icons.
Eagle eyed web designers may notice and striking similarity to the logo for Noteboxapp.com. Well, it was kc web design kent that built Notebox back in 2010 and as the web app is no longer running as a service I thought the logo could be used for other things. I’ve always liked the logo we designed for it so maybe other web designers could put it to good use and use it in other web design projects. There’s probably a tonne of old designs in the kc web design kent vaults that could be used for dribbble freebies so over the next few weeks I might dig out some more to share with the web design community. And while working on lots of front end coding it’s nice to throw a little bit of design into the middle to break things up a bit!
If any website designers out there do use this dribbble freebie for a design project please leave me a comment on dribbble and let me know where it’s been used. It’s always nice to see how other designers use little design snippets like this and it’s fun seeing how it ends up on those “40 best dribbble freebie” type blog posts!