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What Are You Trying to Tell Me?

February 13, 2011

I came across this website the other day (The Noun Project),and was visually struck by its simplicity in both its art and overall objective. As much as a feel that the written word, the paragraph and prose as a whole has been reduced to text or tweet, or a snapshot of life, I still love that people continue to find expressive new ways to send out an emotion. Take a look at their Mission Statement below and click the link to their Kickstarter Campaign.

Mission

“sharing, celebrating and enhancing the world’s visual language”

The Noun Project collects, organizes and adds to the highly recognizable symbols that form the world’s visual language, so we may share them in a fun and meaningful way.

Here is our pledge to you:

Free

The symbols on this site are and always will remain free. We believe symbols can not be effectively shared with the world if they are not free

Simple

Everyone like simplicity. We want you to be able to come to our site and effortlessly find and obtain what you are looking for. Simple as that.

Fun

We think a language that can be understood by all cultures and people is a pretty amazing thing. We also think our symbols and the objects or ideas they represent are works of art worth celebrating. Check out our store.

Highest Quality

We get excited about things like scale, proportion, and shape. We are committed to design and quality in everything we do.

One Comment leave one →
  1. February 14, 2011 7:25 PM

    Large lover of this site, a handful of your blogposts have definitely helped me out. Looking towards posts!

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