When it comes to design, depending on your area of expertise, most of your clients come to you because they want you to help them convey a message. They are looking for that skilled individual that can help them create something visual that leaves an impact. With only a few exceptions, almost all of these projects do not only include visuals, they also include something equally important: Type.
When Sketch first came out it completely disrupted the interface design space, but Adobe XD and Figma have recently come forward as new challengers. They offer unique functionality like prototyping and live collaboration. I’ve recently been researching these tools for my side project, uxtools.co, and wanted to share what I believe the be the most noteworthy decision points.
Along my way as a designer at Ginetta, I have been looking for a complete article that would teach me how to do icon design from document setup to icon font. I walked through a lot of great articles, all from different sources. At some point, I decided to collect all this information and compile it in one guide that helps and encourages designers to start drawing their own pixel perfect icons.