Cue is a public domain gestural icon system which focuses on legibility and symbolic representation.
A different approach towards gestural icons
Cue is intended to be a foundational set of icons to build a standard visual language of touch-based interactions. Each gesture is distilled to its core action to exhibit a more figurative, iconic aesthetic.
Not everyone is right handed, nor do they perform gestures uniformly which makes literal expression less than optimal.
A system to grow from
Gestures will come, go and change over time. Cue was designed to support that. Learn more about the thinking.
Legible at small sizes
Mobile devices are already space-constrained. My goal was to create icons that could take up little space in a mobile interface if needed.
Cue comes in PNG (4 sizes), SVG, Omnigraffle and InDesign formats. In addition, they icons come with and without labels.
Free now, always
Cue is free to use however you see fit and is public domain. Use it how you see fit.
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