A selection of GTK+, GNOME-Shell and Cinnaon themes, plus stunning Linux icon packs, cute Conky configs, Plank themes and plenty, plenty more.
Designer Sam Hewitt is offering to help Ubuntu Touch developers create custom-made icons for their applications.
The weather is pretty torrid here in my home town at present, but it will likely pale to the storm that this post will generate: yes, I'm writing about a Windows GTK theme.
I'm an avid fan of Ambiance, the default theme in Ubuntu. As such it takes a lot for another theme to tear me away from it.
Ever wanted Steam for Linux to look a bit more, well, 'Linux'? With a few clicks this automated hack will give you just that...
Firefox under GNOME Shell looks and feels a little out of place. Thankfully there a couple of extensions that vastly improve its appearance.
The sumptuous Moka icon set now has the perfect companion: a GTK theme with purple highlights and more than a passing resemblance to Adwaita
'Flat' is a 2D mono-chrome icon theme replacement for GIMP that looks especially good when used with Ubuntu's default themes.
Moka is my favourite alternative Ubuntu icon set right now - and I think it could end up being your new fave, too.
Here's an icon set that will please those into 'flat design' - it's what clichéd people on the TV would called 'bang on trend' right now.
Fed up of GNOME 3 apps looking less than perfect in Ubuntu 13.04? Don't be; download & install these themes to get theme conformity back.
Spotify fan Kurko has tweaked a few of the artwork assets used by the application toolbar so that it better matches the rest of the Ubuntu desktop.
DeviantArt user satya164 has knocked together a Google Now-inspired theme for Conky. And this post will walk you through installing it.