6 Multi-Touch Gesture Icon Sets

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Touch screen devices have been selling like hotcake these few years, thanks to the healthy competition of different touchscreen based platform such as iOS, Android and Windows, mobile devices have successfully open a whole new market. Demand of multitouch web apps, native apps and mobile web surge at rapid pace, companies want to deliver their services and information to different platforms.

In this post, we have found 6 well-designed Multi-touch Gesture Icon sets for designer/frontend developer/producer/information achictecture. These icon sets are well-thought and high quality, usually available in different format. Potentially can save large amount of your time in creating your own gesture icons. You can use it in wireframing, create user guides, and other interaction design documents.

  • Cue

    A public domain gestural icon system which focuses on legibility and symbolic representation. Cue is intended to be a foundational set of icons to build a standard visual language of touch-based interactions. Each gesture is distilled to its core action to exhibit a more figurative, iconic aesthetic.

  • Gesturecons

    Gesturecons is a vector based icons created to aid in the design, development, implementation and promotion of multi-touch interfaces.

  • Multi-touch Gestures Icons

    A set of multi-touch gesture icons created by Anthony Faconti – a UI/UX designer for wireframing. It comes with a cartoonish hand illustration and a pure black gesture icons.

  • Open Source Gesture Library – GestureML

    GestureML is the world’s first markup language for multitouch gesture-based interactions. It is flexible and extensible, giving you full control over gesture interaction in your apps during development and even after the app is published.

  • Gesturcons

    Gestucons is an icon language to describe natural user interface gestures. You can use this in state diagrams, specs and other interaction design documents.

  • Touchscreen Stencils

    This set of touchscreen stencils is used in Designing Gestural Interaces, a book from Dan Saffer. It’s designed by Rachel Glaves. This set of free gesture icons includes common touchscreen gesture like tap, slide, point, drag, pinch and spread.



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