An ever growing collection of game icons. Dozen new symbols are added weekly and organized in intuitive categories to offer both a comfy browsing and let room for serendipity. Easy styling thanks to SVG. All the images are downloadable in a vector format, so you can easily tweak colors, rotation and adjust effects like blur, bevels or shadows.
A set of more than 700 free map markers - in a very wide range of categories - for your Point of Interests locations on your Google Maps or Google Earth.
a free set of elements for sketching and wireframing. It consist of form elements, icons, indicators, feedback messages, tooltips, navigation elements, image placeholders, embedded videos, sliders and common ad banners. The Kit comes in two vector formats, one for Adobe Illustrator and the other in SVG vector format that can be easily modified. It can also be downloaded in PDF and EPS formats.
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.
When designing a user interface there are always times that you will find yourself using the same graphical element over and over. So in order to be more productive, it’s a good idea to keep a library of common elements such as form elements, buttons, icons, browser templates, and windows. Here is a collection of these types of elements that should be a big help to you.
E-commerce web design brings some unique requirements, and this usually includes the need for specific icons such as shopping carts, credit cards, and others related to the online shopping experience. In this article, we feature 30 sets of quality icons for use in e-commerce designs.
Big highly detailed icons make great eye candy, but small icons can be very useful when designing websites. They are great for styling lists and giving links visual flair that is eye catching and meaningful. It’s amazing what can be said visually in a 16 x 16 pixel area. In this post, you will find a large collection of small icons that should fit most of your design needs.
Style guides are important artifacts that are the byproducts of a well planned design work. They are made in order to provide a consistent User Experience throughout the application. It guides them in knowing what typography to use, what are the sizes of icons, how the pagination should look etc.
Looking for some useful but free icons for your web site or app? Well i present to you 22 icon packs with more then 5000 icons that come in different colors, sizes and extensions.
We only list icons which you can use for free on personal AND commercial projects AND without having to provide back-links/credit to the author.