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Simple Icons – 1382 Free Searchable SVG Icons for Popular Brands by Dan Leech


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Simple Icons - 1382 Free Searchable SVG Icons for Popular Brands by  Dan Leech

Inadvertently stumbled across “Simple Icons: 1382 Free Searchable SVG Icons for Popular Brands“, by Dan Leech @bathtype, whilst searching and researching specific icons for a new logo & brand identity project.

I guess it’s a bit like FontAwesome, but touted as pure SVG icons that can be freely downloaded and used in your website.

The main reason why it stood out was the super loooong single page of these SVG Icons, all colour coded and arranged in a grid. I’ve included a whole page screenshot at the end of this post.

I also cut and pasted it into a wide column version, which is the featured post image above.

It’s also super useful to quickly see 100’s of company and brand logo designs, all in one place; handy tool for logo design reference! Am I right?

A few enlarged screenshots of some of the sections, so you can see the various details:

Simple Icons - 1382 Free Searchable SVG Icons for Popular Brands by  Dan Leech
Simple Icons - 1382 Free Searchable SVG Icons for Popular Brands by  Dan Leech

Of course I needed to see if my logo & icon design for Feedly was there, and I wasn’t disappointed.

If you’ve created an icon for any kind of app etc, then it’ll likely be here, and if it isn’t you can request that it should be.

Feedly Logo App Icon Design MockUp Poster The Logo Smith

Search Simple Icons by Brand Name

Easy to search the website by brand name, so really quick and easy to use.

It’s not just popular tech, social media type brands either, it covers all sectors from brands like: Quantus, Hugo, Beats by Dre, McDonalds, Kickstarter, Subaru etc etc etc.

It’s also really well supported, and documented, over on GitHub, so that’s all well and good.

3rd Party Extensions

As well as GitHub, it also has a number of 3rd Party Extensions for the following, including a WordPress Plugin:

Drupal – Available as a Drupal module created by Phil Wolstenholme.

Flutter – Available as a Flutter package created by @muj-programmer.

Home Assistant – Available as a Home Assistant plugin created by @vigonotion.

Kirby – Available as a Kirby plugin created by @runxel.

React – Available as a React package created by @wootsbot.

Svelte – Available as a Svelte package created by @wootsbot.

WordPress – Available as a WordPress plugin created by @tjtaylo.

The next and final image is a full page screenshot of the icons, so you know…

Simple Icons Full Screen Image