The prime directive of an icon is to be understood. To that end, an icon's legibility must be ensured when it is displayed. There are ways to design icons for greater legibility - especially at smaller sizes. Designing in this fashion can often come at the expense of aesthetics - or at least aesthetic options. - All About Responsive Iconography
Icons are part of the graphical user interface and belong to the much larger topic of the history of the graphical user interface that has largely supplanted the text-based interface for casual use. The user can activate them using a mouse, pointer, finger, or recently voice commands. Their placement on the screen, also in relation to other icons, may provide further information to the user about their usage. In activating an icon, the user can move directly into and out of the identified function without knowing anything further about the location or requirements of the file or code. - Computer icon
Icon designs can be simple, with flat two-dimensional drawing or a black silhouette, or complex, presenting a combination of graphic design elements such as one or more linear and radial color gradients, projected shadows, contour shades, and three-dimensional perspective effects. - Icon design
An icon is a graphic that takes up a small portion of screen real estate and provides a quick, intuitive representation of an action, a status, or an app. - Iconography
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