As you know, Sketch Libraries has been released in Sketch App 4.7, and that is one of the most excellent featured of Sketch which made a lot of UI Designer waiting for a while since they saw the features on the beta version. Today, We would like to share with you a significant contribution from Lennart Brandt that would light up your day. It’s a super Useful Freebie what called Google Material Icons Library for Sketch App what can fasten up your UI Design process as much as possible.
What is Google Material Icons?
This is a Google Material Icons Library for Sketch. I hope you can fasten up your design process with this as much as I do ✌️. If you’ve got any questions, just send me a message on Twitter (@brandtnewww) 🐥.
If you’re a UI Designer, you will know Material Design Languages by Google Design Team. They also made an open source for an Icon Libraries that called Google Material Icon Libraries. Material icons are beautifully crafted, delightful, and easy to use in your web, Android, and iOS projects. Learn more about material design and our process for making these icons in the system icons section of the material design guidelines.
Google Material Icons Features
The best way to use these icons on the web is with our icon web font. It’s lightweight, easy to use, and hosted by Google Web Fonts. Learn how to use font-based icons in our developer guide.
Fit for Use
A variety of sizes and densities can be downloaded from this site. Our icon set is also available as a git repository, making it even easier for developers to customize, share, and re-use.
The icons are available under the Apache License Version 2.0. We’d love attribution in your app’s “about” screen, but it’s not required. The only thing we ask is that you not re-sell these icons.
What is Sketch Libraries?
The best design happens when designers collaborate together. With Libraries, designers can now share Symbols across documents and have them update to be always kept in sync.
A Library is just an ordinary Sketch document that contains Symbols which you can then use in any other Sketch document. If you update any of those Symbols in your Library file, documents containing instances of those Symbols will receive a notification telling you that they can be updated. Here you can preview, check, and confirm changes — and by doing so, you can always ensure your documents are using the up-to-date copies of those components.
If you’re working as part of a team with other designers, Sketch’s Libraries have got you covered. Simply place your document somewhere where your colleagues have read-access such as a Dropbox folder, or repository in GitHub, etc, have them add the document to their Libraries in Preferences, and they will have quick and easy access to those Symbols. All whilst still being able to receive any updates made to the file.
Google Material Icons Library for Sketch Previews
- Filename: Google Material Icons Library.sketch
- Author: Lennart Brandt @brandtnewww
- Download Now (Github)
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