GuiFX Offers Free Template for iPronto Remote

The new iPronto template isn`t the only free design tool currently offered by GuiFX. The GuiFX Font Pack is a collection of fonts that compliment touchpanel design.

The new iPronto template isn't the only free design tool currently offered by GuiFX. The GuiFX Font Pack is a collection of fonts that compliment touchpanel design. These innovative fonts include special symbols that can be used as home automation icons and transport controls. GuiFX fonts provide an editable and scalable solution for creating touchpanel buttons.


Also available are complete collections of television network logos that are often used on touchpanel control systems as shortcuts to favorite channels. These collections are kept to high standards and are updated regularly to keep up with the broadcast industry.

All of these design tools are available for free exclusively from www.GuiFX.com.

About GuiFX: GuiFX specializes in graphical user interface design for touchpanel control systems. GuiFX is located at 2271 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd in West Palm Beach, FL. For more information visit www.GuiFX.com or call (561) 478 -3100, fax (561) 683 -3070.

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