EDIT: I should have mentioned the page I'm talking about.
On a page that's just one humongous table, I have an img in each <th> that tells the user how the column is sorted; and he can click the thing to toggle the polarity of the sort.
Until now, I've used a stylized arrowhead: http://www.sellmycalls.com/pics/colhdr/Corel/asc.png for ascending sort. I have the idea that this is pretty much accepted practice.
But that's always bothered me: it takes me a moment to remember that up-arrow means ascending; and that ascending means small-to-big. So I'm using another graphic now: http://www.sellmycalls.com/pics/colhdr/asc.png for ascending.
Likewise for a descending sort: it used to be http://www.sellmycalls.com/pics/colhdr/Corel/dsc.png, now it's http://www.sellmycalls.com/pics/colhdr/dsc.png.
Does anybody see any kind of UX problem with these two new images?