Pictogram WebFonts Items For UI Designs

Pictogram webfonts is a typeface for interface design. Web Font have many advantages of using in place of images to render icons into your UI design. We can use pictogram webfonts on many item including button, badge, headline text, form input, unordered list and navigation.

Designed in early 2011 for the Flatfile WordPress theme, the pictograms stay sharp when used large or small. Install the OpenType file for Photoshop mockups and drop in the @font-face code into your CSS to embed them right in your Web page.

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Icons and button are the basic requirement of any web related projects and good icons are like a treasure for web designers. If you are looking for that perfect pictogram (icons and buttons) for your web site, blog, web app or application, you will find them here.

Pictogram WebFonts UI Design Items (Preview)

Pictogram Webfonts items preview

License, Usage, and Sharing:

These pictogram items are completely free for commercial and non-commercial usage. You cannot, however, modify, claim them to be your own, redistribute on another website and/or sell them for a profit. You should include a link to this page in your credits.

Download Pictogram WebFonts (100+ items)

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