1WD’s Google+ Icon Set – Freebie!


We have prepared a little gift for our loyal readers: Google+ Icon Set just for you! Download the PSD file now and learn how those popular G+ icons are created. This isn’t original work, just we are so  big fans of Google+ that we wanted to recreate this icon set! Mainly it is created you to check that PSD and see how such simple icons are created and maybe come up with something better than they did on Google! Enjoy!

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Google+ Icon Set

This icon set is masterfully crafted by Michael John Burns, a very good web designer and a great tutorial writer.

Download it now and don’t forget to spread the word!

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PSD to HTML tutorials

Note that the PSD and the source files are FREE to download!



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  1. Goruss

    Thanks for sharing this great Google+ icons, they amazing.
    I just “pin it” on Pinterest.

  2. This is awesome. I just added it to my special folder and going to share it with my friend from N.Y. He is a big fan of the icons and has huge collection. Thanks!

  3. Dan Norris

    Brilliant!! Great work, thanks for the Freebie Icons.

    Keep them coming :)

  4. Ladida Cafe

    Great icon set crafted by Michael John Burns. I love it. I think I have to download it.

    Thanks for sharing.

  5. Sue Surdam

    This is a great Google+ icon set. Thanks Michael John Burns, I will enjoy using it. I am going to be writing an article on the new layout and this will be perfect for some of the illustration. I will be sure to credit you and 1st Webdesign.

  6. Great freebie but isn’t it illegal to use somone else’s copyright work. This is basically a carbon copy of what google uses for icons on their Google Plus website. Anyway great work thanks.

    • Oh, I just corrected description, Mohammed! Yes, using them for your own designs would be illegal, for non-profit and learning – I don’t see harm there!

      You see a lot of same effects recreated on graphic design tutorials! You don’t think about using those posters for your own design right? You just enjoy them as designs and seeing how they are done! For some posters – they make a great wallpaper and great learning curve!