Ivan Boyko

New York Founder at Icons8 Joined about 4 years ago

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  • Posted to OMG-IMG: Insert icons directly into HTML with just one line of code, May 05, 2017

    Hey there!

    We have released a very helpful tool for developers/designers-who-code that allows inserting icons (almost 50K available for selection at the moment) into the HTML code. No need to insert a Javascript code unlike, say, Font Awesome or other icon fonts.

    You can select icons from more than 10 different styles, you can specify the size of the icon (up to 512px), and also recolor it! Each style has the size it's designed for, also called pixel perfect size:

    iOS: 50x50 Windows 8: 26x26 Windows 10: 32x32 Android 4: 24x24 Android 5: 24x24 Color: 48x48 Office: 16x16, 30x30, 40x40, 80x80

    We will keep developing the service. We plan to add a couple of useful features in the next release:

    • ability to specify the size as 2x, 3x, etc. instead of in pixels, in order to keep correct proportions from pixel perfect size for each platform
    • add icon effects like a background and a horizontal flip (direction).

    We are excited to hear your comments and feature requests for future releases!

    1 point
  • Posted to Lunacy 2.0: Standalone Sketch Viewer for Windows, in reply to Stefano Vitagliano , Mar 14, 2017

    This is a good idea, Stefano! We will probably release a Mac version at some point. But for the time being, we decided to concentrate on Windows users for they don't have many alternatives.

    2 points
  • Posted to Lunacy 2.0: Standalone Sketch Viewer for Windows, in reply to Nattu Adnan , Mar 13, 2017

    You are most welcome! Let us know which features you would like to see in future releases.

    0 points
  • Posted to Lunacy 2.0: Standalone Sketch Viewer for Windows, in reply to Mark Vogelaar , Mar 13, 2017

    It doesn't require internet connection and it is completely free (no limitations).

    3 points
  • Posted to Lunacy 2.0: Standalone Sketch Viewer for Windows, Mar 13, 2017

    Today we are very excited to announce the release of Icons8 Lunacy 2.0: Free viewer for Sketch files on Windows

    Over the past month Igor, developer of Lunacy, has been working on fixing bugs reported by the community, implementing new features, and introducing new UI for the application.

    In Alpha version you could:

    • Open .sketch files
    • Export images
    • Inspect layers, measurements, styles, fonts, colors, etc.
    • Generate CSS for layers

    In the new release we added:

    • Symbols support
    • Fonts auto search in Google Fonts
    • Shadows/Blur effect support
    • Offsets between the objects are now displayed
    • Selection of multiple elements
    • Complete UI design overhaul

    Icons8 Lunacy doesn't require internet connection, thus you can work from anywhere. And have we mentioned it is completely free? :)

    We want to know what you think of Lunacy. We’re looking forward to hearing your feedback and to answering your questions!

    P.S. We are also featured on Product Hunt

    Pop in to join the conversation or just to say hello :)

    3 points
  • Posted to Lunacy: Standalone Sketch Viewer for Windows, in reply to Kishore S , Mar 13, 2017

    Hi Kishore,

    Sorry for the late reply!

    We have released a new version today with many new features, bug fixes, and a new landing for the product :) There is Disqus section at the bottom where you can leave your comment. Or, alternatively, go to https://icons8.com, click Help (bottom right corner), and then Live Chat.

    0 points
  • Posted to Lunacy: Standalone Sketch Viewer for Windows, in reply to vadim mikhnov , Feb 02, 2017

    Not anytime soon, since there is lots of work on a Windows version first.

    We will probably start working on MacOS, iOS, and Android versions once we are happy with the Windows edition. Not sure about Linux yet.

    1 point
  • Posted to Lunacy: Standalone Sketch Viewer for Windows, Feb 02, 2017

    Hey there!

    My name is Igor, I'm the developer of Lunacy. I'll be here to answer your questions regarding our new tool. I would also appreciate any feedback!

    Please mind this is an alpha version and there are bugs here and there which will be fixed with new releases.

    These are the main features of Lunacy:

    • Opens .sketch files in Windows
    • Exports images
    • Inspects layers, measurements, styles, fonts, colors, etc.
    • Generates CSS for layers
    • Works offline
    • It's FREE
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