As a web developer I use social media icons a lot; this is my first go at creating a set of my own. PNG files in 16×16, 24×24, 32×32, 48×48 and 64×64 are included.
Feel free to use for personal or commercial projects, but I’d appreciate a comment with a link if you use them. I have a second set available in the next few weeks.
DOWNLOAD ZIPPED FILE: Social Media Icon Set 1
Social Media Icon Set 1 by Debbie Campbell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
One of my larger clients has had some slowdowns this week coinciding with a new TV campaign, and I found this very useful guide to using Firebug to track down the culprits: Diagnose slow WordPress performance with Firebug.
I took an excellent class on adaptive design at lynda.com in January. I decided to try mobilizing my main business site, which is a WordPress site that was running WPTouch or one of the other instant mobile plugins. I disabled it and got started about a week ago.
After taking the class, it was much easier to see what I needed to take out for the handheld version, but I hit a snag when I was trying to get images in custom post types to resize. This afternoon I finally got that problem fixed and was able to complete the mobile version, then it only took about 30 minutes to get a separate stylesheet for tablets.
I think it looks pretty reasonable considering it was my first attempt at creating an adaptive version of a WordPress theme – if you have a chance please check out Red Kite Creative on a phone or tablet and let me know what you think.