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Owen was a reporter for TNW based in Amsterdam, now a full-time freelance writer and consultant helping technology companies make their word Owen was a reporter for TNW based in Amsterdam, now a full-time freelance writer and consultant helping technology companies make their words friendlier. In his spare time he codes, writes newsletters and cycles around the city.
The Noun Project is well known as one of the best places to get icons for any of your projects, but the company’s expanding today with a new app for organizing your design assets.
It’s called Lingo, and helps with organizing photos, illustrations, icons, colors or any other visual assets designers have sprawled all over their computers never to be found again.
The app lets you drag and drop anything from your favorite apps, like Photoshop, Sketch, Illustrator or Slack directly into it for saving and retrieving later.
Even more useful, teams can share visuals with each other and search the combined collection.
The idea with Lingo is that it can help designers fish up the right assets at the right time, rather than needing to go burrowing through poorly named folders to figure out where they’ve gone.
It’s free for personal use, but there are paid plans if you want to start collaborating with others. To collaborate with just guests it’s $9.99 per month, and for teams it’s $49.99 per month for up to 25 people.
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