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20 of the best/largest icon libraries.

Patrik Kiss on January 14, 2020

In this article I will introduce you to 20 of the best and largest available icon libraries for web. Many of these offer you thousands, if not mill... [Read Full]
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No mention of useiconic.com/open ??

An open source icon set with 223 marks in SVG, webfont and raster formats

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I just wanted to mention Nucleo (I'm part of the team 👋), a library of almost 30K customizable icons.

nucleoapp.com/

 
 

Decided to extend the list to 20, and included Material Design Icons as well!

 
 

Oh this is really good, I like it, didn't know about it so far.

If I had known about it when writing the article, I probably would've included it

 

Hey Patrick @weeb , FYI - you are generally only supposed to have one h1 on a page. A better heading structure for your article would be to use all H2s.

 

Hmm, interesting, didn't know about this. Changed all h1 to h2, thanks for the info :)

 

My pleasure!

Generally H1 is your article title or site title.

H2 for headings below that, H3s for sub headings below them, etc etc.

So you might have something like:

H1

  • H2

  • H2

    • H3
  • H2

    • H3
    • - H4

... etc

 

Friconix friconix.com/

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Didn't know about this one either. Had a quick look at it, and it's pretty great!

I might extend the list again later, if I find a few more mention worthy libraries, then I will definitely include this one too!

Thanks for sharing it

 

Thanks for sharing, Patrik.

This is great, especially as right now I’m looking for a set of icons for an app I’m working on. 👌

 

I ❤️ noun project. I’ve even had success searching for verb icons on their site 😄.

 

Thank so much!! just added this post to my bookmarks!! :D

 

Thank you very much for this wonderful and amazing post, as it will be helping all the developers of all the kind as well.

 

Wow! I didn't know about half of them. My favourite one is Flaticons, I use them quite often because I can choose between outlined/coloured/filled icons easily.

 
 
 

I think css.gg should be mentioned. Small (less than 1kb in total) and efficient, around 500 icons. Can do tree-shaking and uglify with some webpack css plugin.

 

Hello,

Thank you for adding "freeicons.io" in your list

freeicons.io/

 

I'd like to add grommet icons. Easy to use for web development with currently 561 free and open source icons.

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