Thursday, January 7, 2010

A new font and a few more examples

A new font is available: Candela. It's a clean, modern sans-serif font. Here what it looks like in its italic variant:


Also, some new examples are now in the examples gallery. The one I preferred is, I think, the Twitter-like Sign Up button:



14 comments:

  1. Keep an the great work! I am a webdesigner and my customers are always charmed when I show them the buttons made with Da Button Factory!

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  2. Great work. I am a personal designer and use this pretty often now. Simple clean and just works like it should. Thank you.

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  3. candela is beautiful - thanks

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  4. Hi Guys!

    Great thanks for this project! I'm not a good designer, but here i can make butiful buttons!!

    Thanks!!!
    Peter.

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  5. (I sent this post as an email also)

    Hi,

    I recently used your button maker for my website and I just wanted to send my appreciation to you for making my life easier. I know it’s only buttons but to create a simple button in a graphic program still takes time (especially if you’re not familiar with those programs) but your online button maker is just so simple to use!

    I know where to go now if I need a new button, thanks heaps mate.

    Mark

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  6. I use your free generator all the time for my website and am very happy with it!

    Gr John

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  7. Спасибо за вашу работу!
    Отличные кнопки!

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  8. Very good tool..thanks for having it here!

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  9. I'm so happy I learned about this page! A solution to my problem!

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  10. How can I get rid of the rectangualar boundary around the button?

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    1. Dear anonymous,

      You’ve got to use the PNG or GIF format to get a transparent background (so no white corners). JPEG does not handle transparency.

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    2. Sorry, I too get a rectangular boundary which rather defeats the purpose of my having a round box button. This applies to PNG and GIF formats. I'd love to be able to use the Button Factory buttons otherwise as it is very user-friendly.

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    3. Well an image preview program will show a rectangular boundary around the button, as all digital images are always technically rectangular.

      But the corners in a PNG or GIF button *are* transparent, just try to embed the button on a web page or Word document, set the background color to anything you want and you will not have any “rectangular boundary”. See https://imgur.com/C6AT7wV as an example.
      You are getting mistaken by what you see on your image preview program, that’s all.

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    4. Thank you for that advice. I hadn't carried the process right through. Now that I've uploaded the buttons that I made, all works extremely well. Thanks for a great facility.

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