Coded: Free Icon Set for Developers


Coded Icon Set

Although I don’t do much web developing these days, I still go on the lookout for various web development resources and one of them are icons. Actually I like collecting different icons or icon sets. This icon set I’m sharing with you today, is very beautiful and well designed. Thomas McGee of WinePress of Words has created a new icon set exclusively for Smashing Magazine and its readers. The Coded icon set was created with web developers in mind and features 25 high-quality icons in different sizes – 512x512px to 32x32px.

“Coders and developers have unique responsibilities throughout each work week. From implementing client ideas, to expanding and coding personal endeavors, there’s much work to do at any walk of a web developer’s career. With this, there are tools a developer uses and trusts through these daily challenges. Inspired by such tools and the tasks they help tackle, this set has been crafted to fit the commonly used files, formats, and resources coders of any kind have come to rely. Whether used on your next client’s site, or for accenting your own coding ventures, we’re confident this free icon set will make an excellent addition to your library. Enjoy!”

Here’s a preview of the complete icon set:
Coded Icon Set

The Coded icon set is FREE to download and use. You can use it for any of your projects without any restrictions for both private and commercial projects. However, the icon set may not be resold, sub-licensed, or rented.

Download the Coded Icon Set from Smashing Magazine.

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