I have been overly silent since the end of 2009, merely alluding to some changes on this blog. My goal, which will become more clear in the coming weeks, is to devote considerable time thinking on how to improve this site — and then actually do it. One of my main goals is to make good on my promise to release all the work used to create this site — a task I naively thought would not take that much effort to do. However, a promise is a promise.
During this holiday break, I took out a substantial amount of time to finalize and package up the icon set used for this blog under the (perhaps overly pretentious) name Iconic. The icon set comes in both vector and raster formats (SVG/PNG), includes 13 different colors and 5 different sizes (for the raster icons). Ironically, designing the icons was the easy part — actually getting them ready for you took all the time. Check out the icons below the fold.
On the subject of time, 2010 will be the year where I devote my attention and time to polishing the site. I will be releasing less projects, but will try to present them in a more refined manner. I will not be redesigning the site again, but I will working to constantly improve it in small increments. On that note, I took on the task of re-releasing both the Bitcons and Sanscons icon sets; outputting the icons in multiple colors and sizes as well as refreshing the project pages. If you look at my web traffic, you would quickly notice that the Bitcons and Sanscons pages are by far the most visited on this site. Therefore, it seemed appropriate to devote some time to improving those pages first and foremost.
In the coming days, I will be writing in more detail about what my plans/goals are for this site. Until then, enjoy the icons.