Free Icon Template

It's nothing fancy, but I've been really digging icon navigation lately, so I made these in PowerPoint for a course I'm doing. I thought I would share, in case you need some inspiration, want to deconstruct, etc.

I have to say, I was inspired by this thread where I found Bruce's example. Have to give credit where credit is due!

Happy Friday!

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Mereki White

Rebekah Massmann said:

It's nothing fancy, but I've been really digging icon navigation lately, so I made these in PowerPoint for a course I'm doing. I thought I would share, in case you need some inspiration, want to deconstruct, etc.

I have to say, I was inspired by this thread where I found Bruce's example. Have to give credit where credit is due!

Happy Friday!


I'm going to own up here and say this isn't the first time I've had the same problem - people provide downloads which LOOK like they're going to be powerpoint based, but when you open up the zip file it's full of folders and xml something or others and not a pptx to be seen. I would have loved to see your icons - am I just not getting something? 

Rebekah Massmann

Mereki, I had that same problem at first! Blair is correct, you just have to change the file extension after downloading. If you don't see the extensions, you may need to change your windows settings. Let us know if you have any other troubles.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/show-hide-file-name-extensions#show-hide-file-name-extensions=windows-7

PS, does anyone know why it changes during download?