Over the past few weeks I’ve been creating a list of my favorite open-source icons. They’ve really expanded my thinking on different styles and trends in the design world. Let’s get started!
CSS.gg is a minimalist library with over 700+ icons for CSS, SVG, Figma, Adobe XD, and more! CSS.gg also was created by @astrit
With over 6000+ stars on Github, this open-source project is no joke. Each icon is very precise and detailed.
I’ve used CSS.gg for a project in the past and it worked very well. Easy-to-setup, lightweight, and customizable. All very important features I look for.
Yep, I’m assuming you saw this one coming. With the huge library of icons and styles, this tool has taken web designers by storm. ⚡
With icons for every occasion, you’ll be set. 👍
You can either go with the free plan or purchase the pro membership which includes:
-6000+ more icons
- More styles and brand choices
- Pro licenses
- And much more! I’m also pretty hyped 💪 for FontAwesome right now because version 6 is soon to release! I can’t wait to use their new styles which have a thinner and more modern feel.
Some have heard of it, some haven’t. The point is that you’ve now heard of it!
Heroicons.dev is another magnificent open-source icon toolkit with a very modern style.
To be honest, I recently found this while browsing Indiehackers…
…and boy am I glad I did!
Heroicons has a very clean and unique style to it that makes any design feel fresh. I love that. It also has a solid and regular style just like FontAwesome which is pretty cool. I am planning to use this in BuildFaster’s website very soon.
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