People eat with their eyes first—and the more colors they see, the more they chow down. Your design may not literally be Michelin-ready, but giving the tiniest of design details, like icons, proper attention can still make the finished product mouthwatering.
Bookmark this curated list of free icons for product design to spice up your designs. Looking for an even bigger boost? Check out InVision’s free UI kits.
Free icon resources
These 6 sites are goldmines for product designers looking to save valuable time. You’ll find hundreds of thousands of free icons, searchable by keyword, on each of these sites.
The Noun Project – Nearly a million free curated icons, created by a global community.
Icons8 – 54,800 free icons in any format, size, or color.
Flat Icon – The largest database of free icons.
Find Icons – Search for free icons by keyword, or use the “surprise me” button to get something totally random (and totally free).
Icon Archive – Another huge free icons resource that lets you search by tag, category, or view the most popular freebie packs.
Icon Gallery – Currently they’ve got over 404,000 free icons, and you can search specifically for icons licensed for commercial use.
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Free icon packs for product design
Every product needs UI icons, and the freebie packs below contain icons in multiple formats that are fully customizable so you can seamlessly add them to your project.
Flat Graphic Design Icons – 36 free icons, perfect for infographics, UIs, and dashboards.
Metro UI Icon Set – A pack of 725 512×512 free icons for web browsers, operating systems, and popular websites.
Flat Icons (PSD) – Colorful free icons by designer Pierre Borodin.
48 Flat Designer Icons – A free set of 48 office, travel, and social icons. (Heads up: You’ll have to enter your email address to download them.)
168 Custom Interface Icons – The pack includes icons in 3 styles (outlined, filled, and colored).
Plex – 119 free icons made to match Google products.
Free Flat Style Icon Pack – Perfect for adding a clean vector style to your next product design.
Varient Flat Custom CS Icons – A slick freebie pack from Tom Newton.
Hex Icons Pack – 170 free icons, plus 45 games icons.
Climacons – 75 climatically categorized icons by Adam Whitcroft.
Free Line Icon Set – 38 icons of some of the most popular editor tools.
Free Flat Icons – Simple, elegant icons by designer Jan Dvořák.
Publicons – A collection of finely-tuned publishing and platform icons, from Tumblr to Drupal.
Product Icons – Contains icons for Dribbble, Pinterest, and more.
Elegant Mobile App Icons – Fully editable, fully awesome.
Free social media icons for product designers
Social media icons give users a way to spread the word about your amazing product—and those icons should be beautifully designed. Below, check out some of our favorite free social media icon sets.
Social Icons from Flat Icons – A free pack of flat social media icons licensed for commercial use.
Retina-ready Circle Flat Icons – 24 high-quality, retina-ready free social icons.
24 Circle Social Media Icons – Not into squares? This one’s for you.
Social Icons from Icons8 – Find everything from WhatsApp to Paper Plane, to a “like filled” icon.
New Social Media Icons – A set of 9 free raster icons in PNG format.
Buttonz – Colorful social icons with a shadow, for something a little different.
Social Network Buttons – Bright and bold free circle icons.
Social Media Icon Stickers – Curled sticker style social media icons.
Premium Flat Social Icon Set – 40 circle social icons and 40 rounded corner social icons that are 100% resizable.
Triangle Vector Icons – 20 free social media vector icons in—you guessed it—a triangle shape.
Social Media Badges – 20 colorful, bright badges.
Did we miss your go-to free icons for product design?
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by Kaysie Garza
Kaysie is a content specialist at InVision. She's helped strategize and write launch campaigns across the company, including all DesignBetter.Co programs, The Design Genome Project, and more. You can find her devouring books, French fries, or hiking trails when she isn't working on words.