I love icons. In fact, I love them so much that I wrote my first master’s degree thesis about icons (prescription medication labeling). They fulfill a few simple needs, along with being visually attractive. We use icons to quickly and efficiently convey concepts, draw attention to important details, and provide a visual image to remember information. Icons can cross cultural and language barriers when trying to communicate information. A few months ago, I was attempting to update my curriculum company’s website and discovered the wonderful world of flat icons, which are the mobile device-friendly version of an icon, but they happen to be very visually appealing (in my opinion). I like to use them on websites, logos, product covers…you name it. A plethora of websites have sprung up online which offer sets of icons of anything you would ever want. On Pinterest this week, I found a great resource through Canva’s Design School, a website titled “Free Icons: 49 Best Sites To Find Beautiful And Useful Free Icons.” Icons are a great way to improve your blogs, websites, social media images, training modules, and so much more.