There’s a million free icons out there, but not all of them are useful for real jobs. Here are the best free icons that you might actually use in your next commercial project.
As a special offering to you, we have partnered with Vecteezy.com & Brusheezy.com to bring you a free set of icons. Vecteezy & Brusheezy are the places to share your free vector and other vector-related resources. The sites allow you to explore and discuss the creations of other artists from around the world, or just find […]
Is there anyone in the design community who truly abhors freebies? Perhaps the Grinch and Scrooge McDuck but I’m not sure their opinions count. Also they’re cartoons. But generally speaking freebies are excellent for crafting swift mockups or learning how to design your own graphics from scratch. Professional designers can make a name for themselves […]
Are you fond of those tiny, adorable-looking illustrations that sometimes convey more than the text itself? Yes, icons! There are a whole lot of sources from where you can download and use icon-sets, and that too, absolutely free of cost! Here is a list of 20 fantastic free icon sets you would love to use. […]
If you are a designer or blogger or someone who just needs images, vectors, illustrations, or psd, Freepik is one of your best options. Freepik is a search locator tool that tracks and locates the best free resources on the web so you don’t have to look at a dozen (or more) places to find […]
Recently I was searching the web for some newer icon sets to build into a layout. There are so many freebies released every month that it can be tough to keep track of it all. But I know that icons are some of the most useful resources for structuring menus, links, buttons, and similar webpage […]
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Website designers are always looking for that extra piece of spark to liven up their pages. This often comes in the form of background images, vector artwork, and more recently popularized icons. Small icons give your user interface an extra boost in usability and clarity. It helps to categorize links and portions of your webpage without using text.
For those creative enough I’ve included 33 exclusive icon tutorials below. These are prominently targeted for Adobe software such as Illustrator or Photoshop. Adobe Fireworks can also be used for some, but can be more difficult if you’re not familiar in the tools palette.
Icons come in all shapes and sizes. While the clean and minimalist style is better suited for applications and navigation menus, those highly detailed icons can sure add some eye-candy to your designs.
In fact, a lot of the icons in this post are so detailed that they could be used as feature rather than to complement say an interface or an application menu. I hope you enjoy the showcase. Feel free to chime in and leave a comment at the end of this post.
Minimalism is always a hot topic in web-design and there are many well-crafted minimalist websites and interfaces out there. While searching for some icons for a recent project I came across some great minimalist icon and symbol sets and thought I’d expand my search and share my findings here with you. Please note that some […]