WireKit is a set of free Photoshop shape layers to make wireframing your next iPhone app a little easier.
It contains 840 x 8600 pixels of retina-friendly-made-to-measure-scalable goodness presented in two unique styles, each with over 60 of the most common UI elements.
Metrize Icons is a collection of 300 Metro Styled free vector icons that works perfectly for your apps or web projects. You may use these icons for both commercial and personal projects and customize them any way you like.
The Metro Styled icons package includes:
- PSD source file
- Web Font
Game-Icons is an ever growing collection of SVG and PNG icons for games and apps. Dozen new symbols are added weekly and organized in intuitive categories to offer both a comfy browsing and let room for serendipity.
All the images are downloadable in a vector format, so you can easily tweak colors, rotation and adjust effects like blur, bevels or shadows. Another direct benefit is infinite scaling, it means no size limit for the resulting files which can be used for high resolution interfaces, retina display, logos, stencils etc…
Elusive Icons is a collection of 268 free vector icons focused for Twitter Bootstrap.
It’s actually a webfont that can be used with any of your projects. Bootstrap-based, Foundation-based or even your custom projects. It was created by the need for an Open-Source font that can be used in your projects without licencing issues and/or other “attribution” claws.
Gemicon is handcrafted free icon set, which there 3 different sizes (16, 32, 64). Each icon created with pixel-perfect shape layer on Photoshop. Download and get PNGs and PSDs file.
It’s free and suitable to implement here and there for your next awesome project!
Batch is a lovingly designed and crafted suite of 300 icons for web and user interface design. Each icon is a single Photoshop shape layer meaning they can be scaled up—and down—without loss of quality. Adding layer styles and blend modes is also a breeze.
Icecreamcons are 96 free Photoshop vector web icons in 32 by 32 px boxes. The set contains icons we use frequently in our web sites and apps.