Free Contact Icons for Business Cards

Free contact icons download

Free contact icons: if you’re doing any kind of design work, chances are you’ll need to include contact information on something at some point, usually on business cards. This tends to be the case on a regular basis for me, at least.

In order to make the design have a more polished and professional look overall, I usually like to include icons before each segment of the contact information, as depicted in the following example of a business card design…

Example of a business card with contact icons

For the longest time I would actually waste a significant amount of time re-creating these icons for each individual project, or go rummaging through past projects where I had used them so I could snag & drop them into a project I was currently working on. I’ve since come to my senses and put together a pack of these icons for me to reference and use in any project that calls for contact information to be included.

free contact icons

Going in order from left to right, the contact values included are: phone, mobile, email, fax, address, and website URL. Those are typically the only values you’ll need for the majority of projects you’ll work on. You’ll also need a set of social media icons as that’s treated as a communication tool these days as well. You can download my set of social media icons here.

These icons were designed to be immediately recognizable as what they represent, and also to be recognizable at small sizes. You’ll notice that I’ve included various different designs for each (standalone, circle, square, etc.)

The icon pack can be downloaded here: Contact-Icon-Pack.zip

Feel free to use these icons for your own projects — personal use, commercial use, client work, or whatever else. Be sure to leave me some feedback in the comments. Enjoy!

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105 thoughts on “Free Contact Icons for Business Cards

  1. Thanks dude, this will help me on the design school, i will try to make my own icons inspired by yours 🙂

  2. Thanks dude, this will help me on the design school, i will try to make my own icons inspired by yours 🙂

  3. Thank you very much Nick,

    Your tutorials are by far the most exhaustive source of information for learning Inkscape I ever found on the net.

    The open source community needs people showing that we can make good looking, professional work with free tools, and not just amateur stuff.

    Cheers!

  4. Thank you very much Nick,

    Your tutorials are by far the most exhaustive source of information for learning Inkscape I ever found on the net.

    The open source community needs people showing that we can make good looking, professional work with free tools, and not just amateur stuff.

    Cheers!

  5. Hey Nick,

    I am a frequent viewer of your tutorials. Thank you so much for sharing all that with us. I just followed the instructions for the business cards. I cant seem to find the download for the contact icons. Would you mind directing me please?

  6. Hey Nick,

    I am a frequent viewer of your tutorials. Thank you so much for sharing all that with us. I just followed the instructions for the business cards. I cant seem to find the download for the contact icons. Would you mind directing me please?

  7. Thanks for the contact logos! They are great! Im having a hard time saving them individually to load to a website to make businees cards, but ill keep trying.

  8. Thanks for the contact logos! They are great! Im having a hard time saving them individually to load to a website to make businees cards, but ill keep trying.

  9. These icons are absolutely lovely, thank you so much for this resource! I was having trouble finding designs that matched what I was thinking and this gives a great variety.

  10. These icons are absolutely lovely, thank you so much for this resource! I was having trouble finding designs that matched what I was thinking and this gives a great variety.

  11. hello sir
    I’m have a problem using gimp… Actually when I’m dragging pictures in gimp some of becomes big in size and some of the small in size and when I try to scale them then they become blur… please help me to figure it out.

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