October 15th marks a happy day, when the first ever design conference exclusively for icon designers was held by Iconfinder. The event took place at The Old Rubber Factory in Amsterdam and gathered designers from around Europe and The United States in order to celebrate icon design, network, and learn from some of the most experienced pros in the industry.
Halloween is just around the corner and 170 million people in North America are celebrating this annual holiday. It’s a good opportunity to send out a newsletter, blog posts and campaign with a spooky Halloween theme. We have collected 10 amazing icon sets with hundreds of high quality vector icons that you can use.
Using icons in Microsoft Word and Powerpoint is a great alternative to just have text or using generic stock photos.
You might already be familiar with Scott from this blog or great icons on Iconfinder. Scott has been an active part of the icon designer community for many years now and has been working freelance for Iconfinder for one and half years. Now we are happy to announce that he will be joining Iconfinder full-time.
We have updated the designer profiles. Many icon designers now have thousands of icons in hundreds of icon sets, so finding the right icon from your favorite icon designer can be difficult. We’ve added a couple of features that will help you: search and collections.
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.
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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