8 SharePoint Site Icon Images

Author by: Tiffany Isabelle
Date 2010-03-23
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This time, we want to share about SharePoint Site Icon, all of practical materials collected that we get. I put in icon , and we hope it can be inspire you. You can look at these office 365 sharepoint online logo, sharepoint 2013 logo icon and sharepoint 2013 icon, we can see practical ideas to make other graphic design.

Sharepoint 2013 team site template, sharepoint 2010 site icon and sharepoint 2013 logo are also the best creations for icon, and we can save them free for personal or maybe commercial use. After download one of them, we can add anything we like. We hope that our collection here will bring you more creativity and useful for advanced development.

I can show you pictures in jpg, png and other printable pictures format. If we want to use some element of each pictures, we could find them on the source link. We hope these SharePoint Site Icon is useful to you, or maybe your friends, so let's hit share button, in order they will visit here too.

Designing Tips:

  • Whether on the train, at work or on the verge of falling asleep, inspiration can come at any time so it is important to be prepared. Keep a notebook to draw or scribble notes and ideas and return to them when it comes time to create
  • The best way to start any project in your sketchbook: get your ideas on paper, and be disjointed. Push ideas around, make comments, document everything that comes into your head. When I plan an image, everything usually comes from keywords and sketches, from there it is just a layout issue
  • While this may seem like a convenient option, do not use the Auto Trace tool in Illustrator, or use shapes of traces in your design - the results still tend to look clear and amateur. I think this rule is true no matter how the route was done
  • Do not be afraid to delete items to make a composition that you are happy with. I often think about an image for a long time before I started to illustrate - but sometimes I just start a line and form, then remove them. I take half of everything I draw, and from what the picture is changing
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