Just starting out in the world of design? Check out these helpful tips from some of the outstanding creatives shaping the future of the industry.
We recently spoke with 20 of today’s top designers and illustrators to learn more about their career paths, how they approach creative collaboration, and advice for new designers who are just getting started.
Check out these insights from some of the best in the business for a dose of inspiration and motivation:
From logos to fonts, color palettes and voice guidelines, documenting your brand identity helps ensure consistency no matter where your brand appears. In this series, we’re featuring some of the best brand style guides from companies in our community.
Louisiana State University’s Athletics department is well-known for its outstanding performance and the unrivaled passion and pride of its fan base. Traditionally, LSU has the most watched games on broadcast network television, as well as online streaming platforms. …
Drag and drop SVG files directly into your workspace from the Noun Project Mac App and our Plugins for Adobe and Microsoft Office.
We’re excited to share that you can now access SVG file formats for icons directly in Noun Project’s Mac App and our Plugins for Adobe and Microsoft Office. You can easily drag and drop your icon files to your projects and change the size, color, and more.
To access SVG files in the Noun Project Mac App, open the app, search for the icon of your choice, and select the icon. In the menu bar at the…
Championing diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education and beyond.
This interview is part of our Empowered Women series in partnership with FREE THE WORK, The 3% Movement, The Female Quotient, and TIME’S UP Foundation — a coalition effort to champion more equal and accurate representation of women leading at work, at home, in their communities and beyond. Read more about this initiative here and download images from the Empowered Women collection here.
Dr. Lisa Coleman is New York University’s (NYU) inaugural senior vice president for global inclusion and strategic innovation, and the University’s chief diversity officer. Reporting to NYU…
Noun Project has grown exponentially over the last decade. Six years ago, we were excited to celebrate our 100,000th icon. Last year, we crossed the 3 million icon mark submitted by our global Creator community and paid out $2 Million in royalties to thousands of Creators around the world.
Every single icon that appears on Noun Project goes through an extensive review process by our team of curators. Due to the large volume of icon submissions we receive, we’ve made the following updates to help icons move through our curation system in a timely manner:
Bringing action and excitement back to the Internet.
Over the last decade, we’ve seen Nouns abound. As we’ve grown, incredible content submitted from Creators around the world has covered everything from Artificial Intelligence to UI Elements, Plants, Hearts, and Beyoncé. There truly is an icon for almost every person, place, or thing available on our platform.
But, something has been missing.
Our love for Nouns has been a story for the ages, but we’ve felt the absence of a very important piece of the grammatical pie. This year, as we enter a new era on the World Wide Web, after…
Jamillah was nominated by AnitaB.org to be featured for her outstanding impact.
Jamillah Boyd is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Information Systems and Technology. She earned an M.Ed. in Adult and Higher Education, a BIS in Business & Information Systems, and is a current doctoral candidate at the University of Missouri — St. Louis (UMSL). Professor Boyd also holds a Master of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Missouri. In addition to supporting students in the classroom, she serves as faculty advisor to UMSL’s Information Systems & Technology Mentoring Club. She supports diversity in STEM as a…
Angela was nominated by AnitaB.org to be featured for her outstanding impact.
Angela Tucci is Chief Operating Officer at Uplight, a mission-driven sustainable energy technology company, and serves as Board Chairwoman at AnitaB.org. We spoke with Angela about her career path, the importance of inclusive visual representation in tech, and what inspires her as she looks to the future.
First, let me anchor in where I believe I am today: successful by external measures in terms of where my career has taken me but, most importantly, a great sense of joy on most days in my personal and professional life…
Celebrating trailblazers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
Throughout history, women have been at the forefront of critical advancements in science and technology, responsible for early developments in space exploration and aviation, and have led the charge to generate solutions for some of the world’s most challenging medical issues.
While women have always been present and leaders in these areas, they have often been given less recognition than their male counterparts. Despite the progress we’ve made as a society when it comes to gender equality, there are still considerable gaps when it comes to women in STEM, and biases and…
Curating inclusive, art-quality images for everyone.
Suzanne is a Los Angeles-based Photographer, Creative Strategist & Creative Director. Specializing in portraiture, her work captures authentic moments and highlights the strength, beauty, and diversity of the people she photographs. Over the last 15+ years, Suzanne has worked for a variety of clients including Sonos, Uber, Redbull, Disney Baby, Levi’s and Target, and celebrities like Mindy Kaling, Ashley Tisdale, and Moby.
At Noun Project, Suzanne is bringing her keen eye for exceptional photographs and nearly two decades of experience in the industry to her role as Creative Strategist for Noun Project Photos. …