Noun Project for Mac 2.0

Search nearly a million icons. Now in color!

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#2 Product of the WeekMarch 20, 2017


  • Nick Product Manager

    So easy to use, always has the icons I'm searching for, changing images by color is a snap.


    I didn't find it earlier.

    I've been using the Mac app nearly everyday for over a year. It's very awesome, and I highly recommend this product to anyone who frequently works with icons.

    Nick Rimsa has used this product for one year.
  • Jeppe BijkerFounder @

    SVG, PDF or PNG output, coloured icons, different sizes


    The search function could be better.

    Massive collection of icons in a handy little Mac App.

    Jeppe Bijker has used this product for one year.


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Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
Two years later, finally an update to this super useful Mac app! What's new: • Change icon colors • Improved SVG, PDF, and PNG support • New support for dropping icons into Figma and OmniGraffle • Includes 100 most popular icons to use for free, no time limit
Sofya Polyakov@sofyapolyakov · CEO & Co-Founder of Noun Project
@chrismessina Thanks for the shout out Chris!
Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
Kunal Bhatia@kunalslab · Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
Nice update! I wish I could use this to open up the Noun Project website for the icons beyond the 100-icon starter pack. Would make the free version more useful. Right now, search is a dead-end experience. EDIT: Right-click on an icon to get to the web version for all you fellow freeloaders!
Skye Selbiger@skyeselbiger · product designer @ cozy
@kunalslab the rest of noun project is available through the mac app, it's just that it's a part of the paid subscription.
Kunal Bhatia@kunalslab · Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
@skyeselbiger understood. Just trying to make a suggestion for the free version. Noun Project might be able to convert on more subscriptions if icon-hunters had a little more utility in the free app. If I saw the difference in experience between using a starter pack icon vs. having to go to the website, download an SVG, etc. I might get frustrated enough to subscribe!
Edward BoatmanMaker@edwardboatman · Co Founder @NounProject, @lingo_app
@kunalslab You can :) right click any icon in the Mac app and select "view on the web."
Kunal Bhatia@kunalslab · Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
@edwardboatman boom! Pinning this to my Mac dock. Thanks for helping me discover that!
Justin MitchellPro@itsthisjustin · I help startups at
@kunalslab The mac app is an indispensable part of my workflow. I literally don't know how I'd design without it. The paid membership is 100% worth it.
Nathaniel Blackburn@itsnblackburn · UI Engineer
Great to see an update but still a shame there is still no Windows app. While it was true most designers worked on a Mac 10 years ago, times have changed but sadly your mentality has not.
Sofya Polyakov@sofyapolyakov · CEO & Co-Founder of Noun Project
@itsnblackburn We're looking into options for Windows and would love your input: https://thenounproject.typeform....
Nathaniel Blackburn@itsnblackburn · UI Engineer
@sofyapolyakov Filled it in, thanks for considering us guys too!
Ahmed@geek_1001 · iOS/macOS Engineer. Founder of Flawless
Cool! I'm watching for Noun Project from the very beginning and it's always nice to see such updates from them. It's so great they have this native macOS application, it provides fantastic experience while using the service.
Guilhem Menard@gui_lhem · Lilo - The easy way to grow fresh herbs
Another great product from The Noun Project, I am amazed by how fast you innovate! Glad to be part of it as an icon contributor ;-).