This User icon is a responsive icon. This means that it's optimized for four resolutions, from tiny 16x16 until highly detailed 80x80. The style comes from the latest Microsoft Office, which makes it perfect for any Windows applications, in particular, those with ribbon toolbar control. Unlike other icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this monster icon pack contains 15,300 icons, all in the same style and quality.
We've received the idea on December 24, 2011 and created the icons on January 30, 2012
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Story about User Icon
Sure, these free vector icons could be a great way to polish up your social networking app—or, if you’re anything like me, you could download the pack, print all of the silhouettes of people out on super huge paper, spend hours trimming and gluing them to cardboard, and then stand them up around your home to fill all of the holes you have in your life. I’d love to tell you more but my fake roommate is calling me.
Usage Story about User Icon
If ever you are wondering who the user is, it’s you. Don’t forget that you are an equally important part of this computer thing as well. Without the user, things wouldn’t work, maybe not even the internet—as powerful as it is by itself. So keep that in mind whenever you feel as small as a speck of dust in this universe.
As the user, there are a lot of very crucial things that you are in control of, from your cutting edge desktop wallpaper to your meticulously selected profile photo. Thus, it only makes sense for you to choose your user icon well. It can define who you are, like whether you are a human male or a human female.
Choosing a user icon can also lead you to the bigger questions such as, “Do you have a moustache?” and “What hair color suits you best?”
If along the way you change your mind about your user icon, we can probably make some special arrangements in our top secret internet laboratory and get you a symbol that best matches your hair. Here are some of the other options:
Grey hair – for the old lady in all of us
Don’t worry, it’s no big deal—we just want you to be yourself.