Medium-Specific Credit Requirements & Examples

Applications:

List the proper credit for each icon you use in the “About” or “Credits” section of your application.

Example 1: “Tree” icon by Edward Boatman from the Noun Project.

Example 2: “Tree” icon by Edward Boatman, from thenounproject.com.

Internet:

List the proper credit for each icon you use either 1) on the same page as the icon in use, or 2) in the “About” or “Credits” section of your website.

Example: “Tree” icon used on the home page is by Edward Boatman from the Noun Project.

Posters, Artworks, etc:

List the proper attribution for each icon you use next to where you display the poster, artwork, etc. for public viewing. For a poster or artwork available online (such as on Flickr or in an online store), please also include “Created using icons from the Noun Project” in the set or group description.

Example: “Tree” icon by Edward Boatman from the Noun Project.

Print:

List the proper credit for each icon you use either 1) on the same page as the icon in use, 2) in the “Bibliography” or “Credits” section, or 3) at the end of the article using the icon.

Example: “Tree” symbol on page 30 is by Edward Boatman from thenounproject.com.

Powerpoint / Internal Presentation:

List the proper credit for each icon you use either 1) on the same page as the icon in use, or 2) at the end of your slide presentation.

Example: “Tree” icon by Edward Boatman from the Noun Project.

 Video:

List the proper credit for each icon you use at the end of the video in the “Credits” section. For a video available online (such as on YouTube or Vimeo), please also include “Created using icons from the Noun Project” in the video description. If possible, include a “Noun Project” tag in the video.

Example: “Tree” icon by Edward Boatman from thenounproject.com.

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