Design Flat Icons

Flat Design is one of the newest approaches in web design, aiming for simplicity and powerful visual impact and using shapes as patterns and backgrounds. Microsoft’s Metro user interface is probably the most popular Flat Design example.

We already discussed the Flat Design approach in-depth, and we did it for quite some time now. Most of you know Designmodo promotes Flat Design with proudness and designers its own framework according to the Flat Design principles. Therefore today we took our time to browse around the web and find even more flat design examples, only this time we will focus mostly on icons, not on web designs as whole.

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Responsive Icon

This icon can be used to mark themes and layouts which are responsive and fit every device perfectly. Funny about this is that if you look for more than five seconds at the icon, the background will change. Actually, it is not really happening, but your eyes see it that way.

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