Getting the right balance of the User Interface along with the back-end of your application is extremely important while trying to set up a good application. Windows Phone 7 Icons for developers help strike that balance. Read further to get to know how.
Getting the user interface right can be a daunting task for many a programmer, yet it is a task that cannot be neglected because even the most extraordinary of applications when combined with an ordinary UI may fail to catch the user’s imagination. To be able to garner the best interest for your app you need to be able to present a pleasing front-end that makes a user stick to your app long enough to use and like the functionality.
Contrary to the belief, a good user interface is not hard to make, all you need to do is allow for comfortable navigation while keeping it simple and sober. Your color combination largely depends upon the client base you are targeting, but when you cater to a large and diverse group of people such as those by a social networking site, you need to be neutral as far as possible. A neat appearance always helps, and it is with that in mind that the latest Windows phone 7 icons have been developed.
These icons are a developers’ paradise as a small payment of $79 would fetch you 576 top-notch, ready to deploy icons. All of these icons have an outer size equivalent to a 48 by 48 pixels square, while an additional image is centered within a square of side 26 pixels. These icons are available in white along with a transparent background and come in the widely used PNG format.
You can find icons galore to fulfill your heart’s desire over here as you’ll find the most common of images such as those for windows, redo, back, percentage, email, copyright, synchronize, refresh and update amongst others, along with some not commonly used ones such as a feather icon, a pen icon, a desk icon etc. the best lot though would have to be the images that apparently depict the weather such as the mist icon, hail with the fog, hail with rain, heavy fog, strong fog and mist icon. This poses an immense opportunity for you as you have the chance to use all of these unique and hitherto undefined icons to your advantage on your way to giving the app an extra edge. It’s all positive from where I look at it as you can now divert most of your attention to the back end of the application while letting these icons to take care of the time consuming front end. Just deploy these images according to your need and ensure a neat and acceptably snazzy UI.
Transgress mediocrity and move into a more sophisticated and well managed world by using these icons, they have the potential to be a class A tool for developers on their way to making ever popular apps.