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Glyphs are apparently a designer term for icons that are not colorful. Get them at TheNounProject.com – via Scott Hanselman

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/06/05

Scott’s blog posts usually contain a truckload of side information in between the main topic.

He was discussing the new ‘designed’ look of Visual Studio 11 (the mantra: just give it a shot, and then tell how you like it; I like the new look and feel very much).

And he also mentioned a site of monochrome Glyphs I hadn’t seen before:

Glyphs are apparently a designer term for icons that are not colorful. You can see a lot of glyphs at http://thenounproject.com

Those glyphs are awesome!

–jeroen

via: Change Considered Harmful? – The New Visual Studio Look and Feel – Scott Hanselman.

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