Streamline UX is a collection of 3,000+ vector illustrations that can be used in websites, mobile apps, marketing content, print materials — and even on socks.
Business / Work
Computer / Technology
People / Lifestyle
Multimedia / Creation
HANDS GESTURES / ECOLOGY AND MORE...
Make the illustrations perfectly fit the brand guidelines without efforts. Our duotone illustrations are prepared to be modified via the Global Colors in Illustrator.
The illustrations are optimized, using as few points as possible, and keeping the curves consistent throughout the pack
Diversity is a foundation of our modern societies, and we put a lot of effort into making this pack fully inclusive.
Use illustrations on your websites to better inform your visitors and make your message memorable
Put illustrations in mobile apps to make them more understandable, improve the user experience and provide better onboarding.
Use illustrations in print to convince and delight the readers.
Incredible amount of work. Congrats!! https://t.co/2LSGIposhk— Matt D. Smith (@mds) January 24, 2018
.@Webalys’s Vincent Le Moign, creator of the Kamelelon Icons pack, releases Streamline UX, a collection of 3,000 vector illustrations you can use in apps, websites, and print. Download 50 illustrations for free to try them out.https://t.co/1JiovctpDt pic.twitter.com/0qNadC6dzh— zeldman (@zeldman) January 24, 2018
Whoa, this is amazing! https://t.co/b79DHItdRn— Design Pttrns (@pttrns) January 24, 2018
Damn VIncent those are NICE!— Rada (@RadaWilinofsky) January 25, 2018
Studies show that our brains process visuals faster than text. They also retain and transmit much more information when it’s delivered visually.
In terms of specific numbers, it’s fair to say that visual information is processed roughly 15 times faster than text.
65% of people are visual learners, so one of the best ways to drive the message home is through visual content.
When people hear information, they're likely to remember only 10% of that information three days later. If a relevant image is paired with that same information, people retained 65% of the information three days later.
People following directions with text and illustrations do 323% better than people following directions without illustrations.
Eye-tracking studies show internet readers pay close attention to information-carrying images. In fact, when the images are relevant, readers spend more time looking at the images than they do reading text on the page.
Research Sources: “The importance of visual content in your marketing strategy (and how to deliver it effectively)”"In the blink of an eye" The time course of visual word recognition as revealed by linear regression analysis of ERP data.“Reaching the Visual Learner: Teaching Property Through Art”“Brain Rules”“Photos as Web Content”“Effects of text illustrations: A review of research”