Archive for the ‘Icons & Fonts’ Category

Free Pictograms: Beautiful Photo Books With the Travel Icons Set

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

Icons for Change – The Noun Project Shows Its Colors

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An image is worth a thousand words. This is always right, especially when it comes to political protests. And here is where the popular Noun Project enters into play. Political Commitment is a Common Task Maybe the US Americans always thought it was im...

How to Find the Perfect Font For Your Web Project

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Reading text on a lighted display has become part of our daily routine. Web fonts have established themselves, and more and more content is read on tablets or mobile devices. This raises the bar on font quality on different displays. Nonetheless, most ...

Noupe Exclusive: 350+ Free Icons For Our Readers

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Icons are always useful. This is the same for both you and us. We got together with the vector acrobats from Vexels to create an icon collection with more than 350 pictograms that you can use completely for free, and for any purpose you want to. Enjoy!...

BetterWebType: Free Course on Web Typography

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On BetterWebType, you can attend a free email class with ten lectures on better web typography. It’s completely free and run by Matej Latin, the creator of the Gutenberg starter kit. Better Web Typography For a Better Web This is the slogan that ...