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BlendMe.in: Accessing Vector Icons Without Leaving Photoshop
Posted on Oct 3, 2015 by Administrator
There is no doubt that the Web is full of websites that are packed with free icon packs, and that doesn’t necessarily make it easier for designers to find their way around when they’re looking for a particular icon for a particular project. When you’re in your creative zone and have an idea about something that would perfectly fit in your design, you don’t have time to waste and struggle with finding the right asset.
BlendMe.in is a Photoshop extension that allows you to quickly find a high-quality icon that you can simply drag and drop and then easily continue your ideation. All of the icons are vectorial and have been inserted as smart Photoshop objects, meaning that you get all the icon components as layers (vector objects, adjustment layers, etc.) so that you can easily tweak them to match your creation.
Download BlendMe.in For Free!
BlendMe.in is freely available for private and commercial projects. All the assets are provided under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
- Close Photoshop before installing the extension.
- If you don’t have it, download and install Adobe Extension Manager.
- Unpack the ZIP file, and double click one of the
.zxpfiles. This will launch Adobe Extension Manager.
- Please make sure the Extension Manager version matches your Photoshop version.
- Go through the installation steps.
- Open Photoshop and choose
- Browse or search icons, then drag and drop into your PSD.