I was looking the other day for an icon to indicate a drop down navigation menu in a mobile layout. I wanted something that would be easy to implement, flexible, and relatively lightweight. I decided that I would do it using an icon font, but that meant finding a font to use.
I chose Genericons – and was so impressed with it that I decided to permanently integrate it into ‘Oystershell’ my WordPress starter theme so that it will be easily available for use in future projects.
Some example icons from the font.
It has been released by Automattic so it has a number of features that are really handy for WordPress users. This includes these icons designed to indicate each of the native WordPress post formats.
- You can download Genericons and use it for free in your projects