Canva is a free, beginner-friendly web-based design tool that allows you to quickly create amazing graphic designs with icons and other elements.
Building a global visual language that unites us.
Learn some of the most common symbols and their meanings, and see how you can successfully implement universal symbols into your graphic design.
Need some inspiration for your next project — or a laugh? These graphic design quotes are perfect to get your creative juices flowing or to send to your client.
Learn how to use Figma’s Auto Layout tool to quickly add padding and alignment rules to standardize your design elements.
If you’re looking to get something printed professionally, you may be considering an EPS file format. Here’s what you need to know.
When it comes to RGB vs. CMYK, what’s the difference? These color modes are best for different design formats — RGB for digital work and CMYK for print.
The Amsterdam-based designer and illustrator shares his tips for making clean, consistent, minimal geometric designs using grid systems in Illustrator.
What are marketing materials? This guide covers the basics of marketing materials and practical examples of what they can look like.
These creative menu design ideas are effective and will look great in your restaurant or cafe. You don’t need to be a designer to create a menu that stands out.
What are royalty-free images? This guide will help you understand royalty licensing and how to properly use royalty-free images in your next blog post.
Good color combinations are used in a variety of contexts, from web design to branding. Understand the basics and see examples to inspire your own color choices.
Graphic design is an important field that shapes the visual environment of our world. Learn about 10 types of graphic design and how to make it your career.
Jake “JP” Hytken, DEI & ERG Engagement Manager for Snap Inc., helped Snap introduce the first wheelchair Bitmojis – and shares his tips on how people can better represent disability in design.
This is a visual guide on different graphic design styles and their characteristics, along with beautiful illustration examples to inspire your next design.
Vector graphics are composed of lines, curves and dots that are based on mathematical formulas created through design software.
Need some infographic inspiration? Learn how to create interesting visuals with our favorite infographic examples and an easy five-step process.
Learn how to create visual notes for deeper learning and retention.
Raster and vector graphic file formats both offer advantages and disadvantages. Learn about the differences between raster vs. vector and how to use them effectively.
Animate your user interface design with Noun Project in Figma using these tips.
Design your own creative (and free) Valentine using Adobe Creative Cloud Express with Noun Project icons.
The illustrator, designer, and “Cat Artist” shares his tips on making design more personal and expressive.
Read our tips about how to make your presentation designs more visually powerful, using PowerPoint, Google Slides and more
Corporate logos of the absurd: Artist Michael A. Salter reacts to visual culture through his uniquely surreal icon designs.
Step beyond flat design and add dimension to your icons with neumorphic effects in Figma. Whether...
Just starting out in the world of design? Check out these helpful tips from some of the top designers and illustrators shaping the future of the industry.
Celebrate nature and outdoor recreation with stunning photo and icon collections on Noun Project.
Learn icon design basics in Adobe Illustrator from French Graphic Designer Adrien Coquet.
John Caserta is a Graphic Design professor at RISD and the founder of a design-centered coworking space. Learn about John’s creative path and advice for budding designers.
Learn about the history of illustration and different analog or digital illustration techniques.
Drag and drop SVG files directly into your workspace from the Noun Project Mac App and our Plugins...
Celebrate Women’s History Month and use one-of-a-kind visuals year-round with these icon collections and photographs from outstanding members of our Creator Community.
Learn how to use the rule of thirds in design as a simple way to bring a greater sense of visual balance into the frame, while consciously directing the viewer’s attention to key elements.
Discover how to make a repeating pattern in Photoshop with icons, gradient fills, and other Photoshop effects.
Book Creator is a simple tool for creating awesome digital books for any subject and grade level. We spoke with Book Creator’s Dan Kemp about how students can combine text, images, Noun Project icons and more to make engaging digital books that demonstrate their learning.
Luis elevates the familiar pictogram style to dazzlingly witty, socially incisive new heights.
Learn some of the best tips for using images and photos in PowerPoint to make better presentations.
Use these free templates to create engaging, highly visual educational materials with Noun Project icons.
Create visual lessons and augment student learning with these classroom-friendly icons.
You don’t have to be a professional designer to create engaging, educational infographics with...
Bring your creative vision to life with millions of icons now available in Projector. Projector is...
Refer to these technical guidelines when creating icons to submit to Noun Project. Anyone can...
Celebrate the sunny season with our favorite summer icon collections.
Make an eye-catching repeating icon pattern using Adobe Illustrator.
Want to make your icons pop off the screen? Use Adobe Illustrator to add your own custom color palettes and add multiple hues to a single icon with this method.
Noun Project was founded in 2011 with a mission to build a global visual language to unite the...
Choose from over 3,000 mandala icons to print out and color at home. Adult coloring books have...
Icons to help communicate important hygiene, health and wellness information. During an emergency,...
Celebrate the season with these festive icon collections. Winter and Christmas icon collection by...
From robots to brains and lightning bolts, representing concepts related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be complicated. Noun Project recently teamed up with Essence, a data science and measurement-driven agency, for an Iconathon to create a new collection of icons that better represent key concepts in AI.
Leadership icon from Noun Project’s Redefining Women icon collection. Tips for designing icons...
Noun Project launches a new collection of 60+ icons representing women in design, technology and leadership positions, available for free as Public Domain.
Here at Noun Project we’ve been working with Google to bring over 1 million icons directly into...
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to animate your icons using Adobe Photoshop. Skill Level:...
On Saturday, April 20, participants gathered to create more equal and accurate representations of women in design and creative leadership positions.
On Saturday, March 23 we hosted our second Redefining Women Iconathon at The Riveter in West Los Angeles. 50 participants gathered to create more equal and accurate representations of women in leadership positions.
Over 50 participants gathered at General Assembly’s SF campus for an Iconathon design workshop to create new icons for more equal and accurate representation of women in business and entrepreneurship.
Our curation team is responsible for reviewing every icon that’s submitted to Noun Project for consideration. Lead curator Erika Kim shares how we evaluate and curate content so our users have access to the most diverse collection of icons ever.
Use Noun Project icons to DIY your way to the best Halloween pumpkin yet 🎃 Carving pumpkins this...
Butterfly icon by Jacqueline Fernandes With advanced editing features, you now have more control...
Deanna Henderson of Minibeast Wildlife shares how their latest app puts spider identification in...
Add some flair to your Slack workspace with millions of Noun Project icons.
One of the earliest formal depictions of race was the International System of Typographic Picture...
With the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office How do you protect your ideas and inventions? A...
Noun Project Creator Spotlight
We interviewed Salih Abdul-Karim, Airbnb’s design lead and animator, to learn how he turned Noun Project’s icons into moving animations with a new tool called Lottie.
Iconathon with Cree, Inc.