The Noun Project – Free Icons and Symbols

The Noun Project - Free Icons and Symbols

The Noun Project - Free Icons and SymbolsDo you ever need an icon or symbol to help you emphasise a point in your documents or slides? Of course, you do! ✅

Every Friday I share one of my favourite finds of the week — a website, tool or an app that has impressed me.

My Friday Favourite this week is The Noun Project – Free Icons and Symbols.

What is it?

The Noun Project is a collection of over 2 Million curated icons and symbols, created by a global community.

How much does it cost?

The Noun Project offers graphics that are free to use, as long as you attribute the creators.

A premium NounPro membership costs $39.99 annually and allows you to use unlimited royalty-free (no attribution required) icons and symbols.

Free Icons and Symbols for Everything

As Dr Simon Raybould told us when I interviewed him about being a presentation genius, if you’ve ever done any public speaking, then you’ll know that using imagery is a better way to demonstrate your points than using text.

Likewise, graphics can enhance text documents and any educational process by drawing attention and demonstrating ideas.

The Noun Project is a collection of icons and symbols that you can use to simplify communication.

If you need a graphic, simply search for one and you’ll be surprised at the volume of options that you have available to you.

For instance, when I did a search for “Cyber Security”, I was presented with over 465 to choose from.

New images are created every day by creators, and the existing collection is very impressive.

Do you ever need an icon or symbol to help you emphasise a point in your documents or slides? @NounProject can help with free icons and symbols! Click to Tweet

How can I get it?

Visit the Noun Project homepage to open a free account and start searching for icons and symbols.

You can also follow @NounProject on Twitter, visit The Noun Project Facebook page, or follow Noun Project on Instagram.

Thanks to Kevin Kelly for introducing me to the Noun Project!

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