UK Firm Launches World’s First Flexible Icon Service
A Bristol-based graphic design firm has revolutionised the world of software and website development with the launch of its new service.
Concept Republic has set up a subsidiary - called Icon Republic - to allow developers to buy icons in singles, rather than bundles which may be expensive and are unlikely to meet all of their needs.
Founder Anders Dyhr said: "We’ve noticed many developers make applications which are not served 100% by bundled offers
"You could buy a bundle and find it didn’t cover everything you required, and you didn’t need 10 of the icons. This forces you to buy another package, which we think is madness from a buyer’s point of view.
“Our service is the solution to that problem - nowhere else can developers select the exact number of icons they want without having to pay for a bundle of others they don’t need.”
And the versatile collections, which can be used in any software package, have already met with the approval of customers.
Manchester software and technology company Adaptev required icons for packages targeted at wholesale and retail organisations.
Icon Republic provided a range of ideas connected with management of suppliers, customers, stock and sales transactions.
Adaptev’s Gareth Connor said: “Icon Republic’s library icons have completely changed the face of our application for very little. However, because of the high quality of their icons it looks like we spent a fortune.”
Icon Republic has also worked with Microsoft experts Sentient, on a bespoke range for Skido - a mobile application designed for skiers - and ICS Computing, for their HR and payroll package.
Further details can be found on the company website: www.iconrepublic.com.
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