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The Noun Project

Here is a wonderful project that allows designers to create, submit a share free icons.

“Sharing, celebrating and enhancing the world’s visual language”
The Noun Project collects, organizes and adds to the highly recognizable symbols that form the world’s visual language, so we may share them in a fun and meaningful way.

Project brief: The world contains a giant collection of symbols that communicate to us through a universal language. The Noun Project was created to house and organize this language in a single library that is fun, easy to use and free for everyone. It stands today as the best resource for designers to download and ultimately share this language. Utilizing existing libraries available in the public domain and symbols licensed under Creative Commons, this collection is free to the public, much like those libraries holding written language. Follow their project blog

Explore the collection and learn more at www.TheNounProject.com

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This blog is for inspiration and education related to the Parsons Design 4 Information Design and Visualization course taught by Andrew Robinson. The objectives of this class are to help students in the Strategic Design Studies program to learn how to create effective information design as a tool for communication. Beauty in form and function, which communicates ideas effectively, is our goal.
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