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This article was published on April 15, 2018

Use icons to upgrade web projects — and get ‘em for as low as $29.99

Use icons to upgrade web projects — and get ‘em for as low as $29.99
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McDonald’s golden arches…the Nike swoosh…the Superman “S” shield. The power of a striking, immediately recognizable icon is universal. You may not need a symbol to front your multinational conglomerate, but easily identifiable images are always important.

Thankfully, attaching cool, graphically-pleasing icons to a web project doesn’t have to be a laborious process. You can get your hands on nearly a million of ‘em with a subscription to one of the service plans from Iconscout. Right now, you can get access to their archives for as low as $29.99 with savings up to 91 percent off.

That nearly a million reference wasn’t just hyperbole either. Iconscout has more than 848,000 sharp, high-quality vector icons that you can use on virtually anything. And considering Iconscout’s icon database numbered less than 600,000 late last year, you can expect them to hit that magical 1 million mark shortly.

From web pages to apps, the vast Iconscout directory offers up images of almost any shape, size and style in formats like EPS, AI, SVG and more. Or download a PNG is one of 10 different sizes. They’re all there for the taking.

With icons sorted into 31 different categories, they present a huge assortment of possibilities. Whether you could use some graphic help every once in a while or you’re a full-time graphic designer toiling away every day, you can select the Iconscout package that fits your needs.

If you think you might only use a handful of icons each month, you can get 1-year and 2-year Miniscout deals for $29.99 or $49.99. Or if your vision demands unlimited access, go in for a Masterscout plan (also 1 or 2-year varieties) for $39.99 or $59.99.

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