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Free Icon Set for Web Developers: Coded


Today we’re excited to present you a new icon set called Coded. Designed with web developers in mind, Coded features 25 high-quality icons ranging from 512×512px to 32×32px. Designed by Thomas McGee of WinePress of Words1, this set has been released exclusively for Smashing Magazine and its readers.

Coded: Unique and Free Icon Set for Web Developers2

The Coded Icon Set makes an excellent addition to any website, especially those inspired by the trade of web development. Perfect for your next client’s site or for showcasing your own web development — these icons are useful for every coder.

Download the Icon Set for Free! Link

You can use the set for all of your projects for free and without any restrictions. You can freely use it for both your private and commercial projects, including software, online services, templates and themes. The set may not be resold, sub-licensed or rented. Please link to this article if you want to spread the word.

Coded Icon Set Complete List3

Behind the Design Link

Here are some insights from the designer:

“Coders and developers have unique responsibilities throughout each work week. From implementing client ideas, to expanding and coding personal endeavors, there’s much work to do at any walk of a web developer’s career. With this, there are tools a developer uses and trusts through these daily challenges. Inspired by such tools and the tasks they help tackle, this set has been crafted to fit the commonly used files, formats, and resources coders of any kind have come to rely. Whether used on your next client’s site, or for accenting your own coding ventures, we’re confident this free icon set will make an excellent addition to your library. Enjoy!”

Thanks, Thomas! We truly appreciate and respect your time and your efforts!

Coded Free Icon Set Grid

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As a graphic designer at WinePress Publishing, Thomas enjoys helping authors publish their book with the finest quality. Aside from designing for WinePress, he writes regularly for WinePress of Words, an online magazine dedicated to writers. Feel free to connect with him on Twitter: @ThomasDesign

  1. 1

    thank you very much.. appreciate the good work by the developers out there.. love you all.

    merry christmas

  2. 2

    wow, these are great! Thanks!

  3. 3

    thank you Thomas

  4. 4

    Love these!!

  5. 5

    very nice – love it :-D

    thank you

  6. 6

    Very nice, been waiting a long time for a full-set like these. Thanks.

  7. 7

    Absolutely fantastic. Thank you for these. Great work.

  8. 8

    Love the Mac icons! My boss does all his coding on his Mac. Thank you for these!

  9. 9

    Love the cookies and the papers SUPER easy to re-purpose thanks!

  10. 10

    Super! Thanks a lot!

  11. 11

    Awesome set Thomas! Goes without saying you spent some time & effort on these and the quality reflects it. Thanks for the freebie!

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    I love freebies, but the licensing terms in the readme file are too vague. Please consider using a widely adopted license (like one of the many Creative Commons makes available) for future releases so that what we can and can’t do with the images is clear. As is, I will be discarding this file.

  13. 13

    Very nice set! Thanks for sharing.

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    I think the artwork is great but the icons for different languages don’t make any sense. Only a web developer would use them because people who code Python, like myself, will look at “</>” and think “Hmm… that has nothing to do with Python”.

    Like I said, the artwork is great. Perhaps something more universal, like maybe “.py” or would satisfy the programmers too?

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      Hi j2d2, I appreciate your feedback. I may have to do another set better defined to each unique language and geared for programmers! :)

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      I agree with j2d2, these are quite vague … the colors and a paper, don’t really give a sense of the language.

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        Yes, the other icons are really great and beautiful but the language specific icons don’t fit.

        If every language would have a special trademark color then it would be enough, but only Ruby I can associate, perhaps also PHP, but the others (especially my beloved language Python, why grey? *g*) and also because the doesn’t fit to programming languages, its more a markup language style.

        If you would make language specific icons who are recognizable (perhaps the trademark logos/pictures, the yellow/blue snake of Python, the Elephant of PHP, the Ruby of Ruby, the dolphin of (My)SQL) I would give it a 10 out of 10.

        If it is too much work, I would prefer all icons grey or neutral and only the name without brackets.

  15. 18

    Fantastic set,loking forward to using them asap.

  16. 19

    Wow, this set is epic! Nice work and a big thank you!

  17. 20

    Great post, thanks for this.

  18. 21

    Thanks for sharing these great icons.

  19. 22

    What a very nice icon..i will surely grab it..

  20. 23

    Very nice. Thanks

  21. 24

    Fantastic set!

  22. 25

    Thank you nice set!!!

  23. 26

    i like this very much…. i top line to the legacy strong future….
    the contenidos are the articles to prestige private to the worl desing…

    fly to arond the world and see the light artycle star

  24. 27

    Thank you very much for this icon set, merry Christmas and happy new year :)

  25. 28

    Very nice set and design. I am going to use them on a new site. Thank you Thomas!

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    Thank You Thomas…

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    Very nice. Thanks!

  28. 31

    Very nice! Thank you. I’ve already used one for an app in the Android market!

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    I don’t know why everyone’s all ! :) :) !!! :) !!
    Blogspam, most likely.
    I can’t imagine what use anyone would have for these icons; cookies? Coffee??
    Instead of just saying “These icons are useful for any coder”, why not show them in context or suggest HOW they are useful. C’mon, SM, you can do better.

    • 33

      You probably don’t know what cookies (I do not refer to eatable cookies) are. Haha.

      But I don’t like them either. Why do the icons have ‘< />’ in it? CSS with < /> in the icon? Come on! And that was just one example.

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    Dude. Thanx a bunch and superb work. We need more ppl like you in the world. Thnx agen.


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