Drawn by hand and approved by top designers, Icon54's collection of line and glyph vector icons can give your site or app the touch of design perfection it needs. A subscription to Icon54 nets you 5,000 unique icons in 101 different categories, all of them designed to precision on a grid system. You can easily change the color, size, orientation, shadow of each icon using most design software; and each icon comes in line and solid versions, meaning you effectively get double the icons!
- Access 5,000 unique vector icons in 101 different categories for web, apps, iOS & Android
- Enjoy ease & consistency as each icon is designed on a precision grid system
- Easily adjust icon color, size, orientation, shadow & more
- Use Smart Strokes w/ Illustrator (not included) or Sketch (not included) to adjust stroke width & thickness
- Enjoy next-level flexibility w/ 7 file formats
- Quickly search for icons w/ support for the Iconjar app
- Receive lifetime access to new icons & upgrades
- Rotem Elimelech, UX Designer: "As a lead product designer, Icon54 is the only place we get our icons from when constructing a project. From mobile apps to websites, the quality is perfect and the variety of images is truly impressive."
- Length of access: lifetime
- Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
- 5 Users
- 5,000 Icons
- Automatically receive new icons when released
- Line and glyph icons
- Royalty-free licenses
- Icon formats: Eps. Ai. Svg. Sketch. Png. Fonts. Css
- Icons are designed on a 24px grid for Android and 30px grid for iOS
About the Developer
Alpár–Etele Méder, AKA Pöcike, is a digital artist from Transylvania. He started graphic design in 2001 and brings his experience to Icon54. Basic guidelines in his work are precision and sharpness, this is what makes his work straight to the point. During his free time, he seeks adventure on his bike. He also has a serious passion for music, and loves to sing karaoke.
Sagi Shrieber is a co-founder of Hacking UI and for the past 2 years he has been leading (and scaling) the product design team over at SimilarWeb (while battling with numerous icon sets inside his own team). Sagi is also a mentor for startups at the Google Launchpad in Tel Aviv.
David Tintner is a co-founder of Hacking UI, and leads the front end efforts at SimilarWeb. Before that (along with Sagi) he founded a startup that had been acquired by SimilarWeb in late 2013.