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Random Icons

Icons for Web Development and Slack

Icons are the unsung heroes of the digital world. They add a touch of visual flair to our interfaces, websites, and even presentations. But have you ever stopped to wonder where these tiny marvels come from?

IconArchive is a treasure trove of icons, offering a vast collection in a variety of categories. Whether you're looking for something classic like Adobe icons or something more whimsical like animal icons, IconArchive has you covered.

One of the things I love about IconArchive is the sheer diversity of its offerings. You'll find icons in all shapes and sizes, from tiny favicons to high-resolution packs perfect for professional use. The site also features a curated selection of staff picks, making it easy to discover new and exciting icons.

But IconArchive is more than just a repository of icons. It's also a community of designers and creators who share their passion for visual language. The site features a blog with insightful articles on icon design trends and tips, as well as a forum where you can connect with other icon enthusiasts.

So, whether you're a seasoned designer or just starting out, IconArchive is a valuable resource. With its vast collection, helpful community, and commitment to quality, IconArchive is sure to become your go-to source for all things icons.

Website Description

Founded in 2002, IconArchive is now a professional tag-based icon search engine with more than 750,000 icons for web & app developers, end users & graphic designers. Also it is an inspiration source for new design ideas or just a place to discover beautiful icons.

While most icons here are used for Web Design, App Design, Print Design, School or Professional Presentations, Invitation Cards, Social Usage on Whatsapp / Youtube / Twitter / Facebook, etc. or Avatars on Forums you can also use our icons to customize your desktop by downloading icons for all important operating systems, Win, Mac & Linux with PNG and SVG files.

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I will highlight a fun Internet site every Saturday. The basic premise is to highlight sites that I regularly visit for a variety of reasons. All site recommendations are mine and are unsponsored. By highlighting these websites, I hope to provide value to those who may not know of the sites or who might be interested in visiting the sites. I also want to share the sites that I find valuable in the hopes that others will find them just as beneficial.


SaturdayInternet Tools
SundayOpen Topic
Monday Media Monday
WednesdaySnagIt for QA