Save your filter settings for later

We’ve made a small update to the search interface and more specifically how filters work. You can now check a checkbox which lets you save your filter settings. If you choose this option, you will see your filter setting appear on the homepage, the next time you visit Iconfinder.com. So, for example, if you prefer vector icons only, you can have that filter on permanently.

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It’s a small update, but it can you save time and energy during a day with heavy design work. We hope you like it – let us know in the comments below.

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The 10 coolest 2014 year-in-review sites

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It used to be that “real companies” made a year report. A nice printed layout of all the great stuff the company had achieved during the year. And while some companies still produce a printed report, modern day internet companies now battle to produce swanky mini sites showing off their design skills and bragging about their larger-than-last-year numbers. Here are our 10 favourite bragging sites of 2014.

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Finding more duplicate icons – An introduction to image feature extraction

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Authors: Radu Ciocoiu & Silviu Tantos

Following a small experiment in the spring on detecting duplicate icons. We wanted to dive deeper into this field. One of the main task in finding identical icons, is that they are most often not digital duplicates, but still look identical. This challenge can be partly overcome by using a technique called feature extraction. Let me explain… Continue reading