Ubuntu designers have unveiled an updated set of icons for use in Unity. New icons for the Ubuntu Software Center, the Software Updater, and Nautilus have been 'released'.
Are Ubuntu's icons for the Software Center, Update Manager and Software Sources inconsistent and confusing for new users? Some users think so, including Sam Hewitt who has posted a set of proposed replacement icons to the Unity Design Mailing List.
Popular icon set 'Faenza' has been updated to support Ubuntu 12.10. New icons for Ubuntu One Music and Ubuntu Online Accounts have been added, and new designs debut for Twitter, Spotify and Contact
Nitrux-umd - our Ubuntu friendly spinoff of the minimal 'Nitrux' icon theme has been updated with a variety of new icons and bugfixes.
The Ubuntu 12.10 icon theme has been updated with new status items for use in the Messaging Menu. A total of 24 new messaging indicator icons were added - 12 for use with the default 'mono-dark' icon set, and 12 for use with the 'mono-light' version.
We all like to spice our Ubuntu desktops up now and again, and the easiest way to do it is by changing the icon theme. Nitrux is a new squared icon set for Linux that sports clean lines, smooth gradients, and simple icon logos.
A refreshed icon theme has landed in Lubuntu 12.10. The set, named 'Box', remains in keeping with the elementary-based icon theme Lubuntu has used as default in previous releases.
FS Icons - a glossy icon set inspired by an unused peice of Ubuntu branding - has been updated with a wider selection of icons and refreshed folders.
The default Ubuntu icon theme isn't the most glamourous of icon sets but I like that; it doesn't distract me from working or get in the way. But that's not to say it couldn't do with a bit of oomph in a few places.
The icon for Ubuntu's default social client Gwibber is nice enough but could it be better?
Elementary fans can now test the latest changes to the popular icon set via a 'testing PPA'. Elementary's semi-iconic icon theme set is getting a overhaul in time for the next release of their Ubuntu-based OS.
With the release of every new Humble Indie Bundle comes an influx of additional applications to my desktop. But as these don't match the Faenza icon theme the OCD-esque desire for desktop consistency prevents me from adding shortcuts to many of these games to the Unity Launcher. But that's where the 'Humble Faenza Bundle' - a set of Faenza-style icons for Humble-Bundeled games - comes in.