It’s the last week of our Rejected Logo Competition! If you’ve designed a logo that you love, but that the client turned down, you have until Friday to get your entry in – and you could win a whole range of prizes.
Designing a beautiful new website from scratch can be hard. Seriously hard. It can take a lot of thought, planning and attention, not to mention time – but one thing that can help reduce the time spent is by having a range of UI kits and icons to hand, to help you get up and running quicker. There are tons of beautifully designed icon sets out there that can help to give your site that extra touch of polish, and I wanted to bring together a collection of some of my recent favourite ones.
Each of these icon sets is brilliantly designed, and can help you to add an extra touch of professionalism to any site design that you’re working on. Before you use them though, please do check the license agreement to make sure everything is fine for you to use (some of these icons are free for personal and commercial projects, but that could change at any point – so check the linked page to make sure).
As always, if you know of any other icon sets that you love, and that deserve a mention – I’d love to hear about them in the comments at the end of this post.
Icons for Ecommerce
Freaks Icon Set
Free Email Icons
30 Free Icons
Free Flat Icons
So there you have it, my recent favourite icon sets. Once again, if you are planning to use any of these (particularly for commercial sites), please do check the license agreements first. If you know of any other icons that you’d like to see in this list, I’d love to hear about them in the comments.