Lingo is an app from the Noun Project team that groups images, icons, SVGs, and illustrations into a single place. It lets you browse them quickly, and then you can drop them into another application without any hassle.
I work a ton with SVGs and icons, so I’m always trying to find ways to reduce friction between different software and editing processes. One might think that the answer to this couldn’t be more software, but I’m really enjoying Lingo. In fact, there was a funny quote from someone a few years ago on Twitter, (my memory is too spotty to remember who said it) “Fun Fact! The average designer spends 10% of their life looking for the right icon.”
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