Archive for the ‘Icons & Fonts’ Category

152 Free Icons on Gadgets and Technology

Posted on: No Comments
Fitting icons support written statements, and are visual breakpoints. The colleagues of Swifticons are some of the most diligent icon painters of the scene. By now, their icon set contains 2,480 icons. Now, they decided to toss 152 towards the web desi...

By Designers For Designers: Fontbase Organizes Your Fonts For Free

Posted on: No Comments
Straightforward font management is a must in the workspace of every designer. The free Fontbase provides just that and even has a couple more ideas to offer. Universal Tool for the Three Main Operating Systems The reasonably new tool Fontbase is avail...

The Ugliest Fonts Are Used in the East of the USA

Posted on: No Comments
I’ll just say Comic Sans. If you have positive memories related to this font, please send me an email. You can imagine that I don’t expect a lot of mail on that. Of course, Comic Sans is only the fontificated ugliness by word usage, but it ...

Fontplop: Free Mac App Turns Web Fonts Into Desktop Fonts

Posted on: No Comments
Life can be this easy. Drag your TTF or OTF over to Fontplop, and get a web font bundle consisting of WOFF2, WOFF, TFF, SVG, and EOT in return. Fontplop is a small app for macOS, available for free on Github. You can download it as source text, but als...

Free Pictograms: Beautiful Photo Books With the Travel Icons Set

Posted on: No Comments
In democratic countries, our expectations when it comes to Belarus aren’t all that high. Still, you should know about the Travel Icon Set from Studio Agente. Classic Icons on The Topic of Vacation The Travel Icon Set contains 60 pictograms. All s...

Feather Icons: 240 Modern Free Pictograms

Posted on: No Comments
Feather Icons is a set of 240 symbols that are suitable for almost any project, due to their very clean design. Another reason for that is that they’re being distributed for free, under the liberal MIT license. “Feather Icons” is a pr...

Font Review Journal: Designers Review Fonts For Designers

Posted on: No Comments
The inception of a font is a tedious task that requires hundreds of hours spent on conceptual design and creation. On the web, we’ll find the font described in half a paragraph of text. The Font Review Journal wants to change that. Why Does the F...

40 Excellent SVG Tools and Dozens of Icon Sets

Posted on: No Comments
On one hand, the web is becoming more and more visual, and even the shortest of texts are supported by images. On the other hand, we have to pay lots of attention to loading times, in order to prevent us from scaring off visitors, or Google. With the d...

Gilbert: Get the Rainbow Flag as a Free Font

Posted on: No Comments
Gilbert Baker is dead. The designer of the rainbow flag, a worldwide symbol of the LGBQT movement, is being posthumously honored with a font named after him. Gilbert Baker: Type with Pride Baker created the rainbow-colored flag in 1978, for the “...

CSS Icon: Pictograms in Pure CSS, Optionally Animated

Posted on: No Comments
The freely usable web app “CSS Icon” does not only deliver pictograms in pure CSS for free, but it also allows you to define animated transitions between any two of the package’s symbols. Adobe Designer With Love For Detail Wenting Zh...