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Google Material Design icons

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Google Material Design icons

Oct 18th, 2014
License: Creative Commons (Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported)
Vector: Yes
Category: UI
Style: Glyph
Homepage: Visit homepage

10 Comments

Eric Potratz (Vital LLC) • 2 days ago

Is it no possible to change the color of this icon?

KIJIN KIM • 12:17 18-11-2015

May I use a commercial, on my application? :)

Martin LeBlanc Eigtved (Iconfinder Aps) • 13:52 18-11-2015

This is Google's property and the license is: Creative Commons (Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported)

Xin Li • 08:12 25-09-2015

can i download all icons in a single zip file?

Meso Lee • 17:41 27-06-2015

Thanks!!! These icons are perfect!

Zul Zul • 15:55 05-06-2015

I forgot to add, the link to zip archive is 404 on github.

Description

Material Design Icons

Material Design Icons are the official open-source icons featured in the Google Material Design specification.

What's included?

  • SVG versions of all icons in both 24px and 48px flavours
  • SVG and CSS sprites of all icons
  • 1x, 2x icons targeted at the Web (PNG)
  • 1x, 2x, 3x icons targeted at iOS (PNG)
  • Hi-dpi versions of all icons (hdpi, mdpi, xhdpi, xxhdpi, xxxhdpi) (PNG)

Getting Started

You have a few options for getting the icon set.

Download the Zip

Grab the latest stable zip archive of all icons or the bleeding-edge version in master.

Bower

Install the icons using the Bower package manager.

sh $ bower install material-design-icons

npm

You can also find all the icons on npm.

sh $ npm install material-design-icons

Usage

Take a look at the included index.html file for a preview of all icons included in the set. You are free to use the icons in the way that makes most sense to your project.

Structure

Icons

In general, an icon category (e.g action) will include the following directories, containing multiple resolutions of our icons.

  • 1x, 2x Web
  • 1x, 2x, 3x iOS
  • drawable hdpi, mdpi, xhdpi, xxhdpi, xxxhdpi
  • svg

Decide on the icon resolution required for your project and copy, then reference the icons you wish to use.

Spritesheets

Material Design icons come with SVG and CSS sprites for each category of icon we include. These can be found in the sprites directory, under svg-sprite and css-sprite.

Using CSS Sprites

To use a CSS spritesheet, reference the stylesheet for the icon category you wish to use, then include the icon definition in your markup. E.g to use one of the play icons in css-sprite-av:

Reference the stylesheet:

html <link href="css-sprite/sprite-av-black.css" rel="stylesheet">

Create an element which will use the icon as a background:

html <div></div>

Add a class referencing the icon spritesheet and specific icon icon-ic_play_circle_outline_black_24dp, which you can get from the above stylesheet.

html <div class="icon icon-ic_play_circle_outline_black_24dp"></div>

That's it!

Don't forget to publish the corresponding CSS and SVG/PNG files when deploying your project.

Using SVG Sprites

Similarly, to use an SVG spritesheet, reference the stylesheet for the icon category, then include the icon definition in your markup.

E.g: to use one of the play icons in svg-sprite-av, reference the stylesheet:

html <link href="svg-sprite/svg-sprite-av.css" rel="stylesheet">

Create an element which will use the icon as a background:

html <div></div>

Next, make sure to set a dimension for the icon. This can either be done inline or via a class. We'll use a class for this example:

html <style> .svg-ic_play_circle_outline_24px-dims { width: 24px; height: 24px; } </style>

Finally, set the dimension and specific icon svg-ic_play_circle_outline_24px, which you can get from the above stylesheet.

html <div class="svg-ic_play_circle_outline_24px svg-ic_play_circle_outline_24px-dims"></div>

Licence

All icons are released under an Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.