A software program’s success is usually depended on its functionality, i.e. it does the work and it has a user-friendly UI. In fact, the UI is the most important part of applications as that is what the end-users see and work via. This is something we all known (or at least should know).
Among the components that make up the UIs are icons. Icons should give the users an understanding about the functions that are hidden behind the icons. When Microsoft changes the UI for its Windows operating system it also affect the design on icons.
With Windows 8 we have got a new UI style, the Metro style. The new style of icons can simple be named as flat.
The below Ribbon UI shows some of the flat icons in Axialis first series of icons:
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