Some of the buildings that make up the European Parliament Building complex in Brussels, Belgium.
Additional Camera Settings: Taken using a technique called High Dynamic Range (HDR) 9 x images combined to make one.
It is funny that you should post Caves Beach Simon as I was only speaking with a friend earlier this week that was telling me how great this location was and your photos prove that. We are one of the leading online travel agencies in Australia, and have a campaign going for Cave’s Beach. Follow this how-to guide by an Atlassian designer to make a single icon font for the Atlassian products. The Atlassian design team has been making some big changes to our products over the last 12 months.
One part of the design evolution was finding a scalable solution for handling large sets of icon assets.
You might consider taking one of the existing icon sets out there like Pictos or Glyphicons instead of creating your own icons. If you haven’t installed Glyphs yet, you can grab it from the Mac App Store or get a trial from the Glyphs website. First, create a new font file and then remove all the alphabet characters they pre-fill the font with. I hadn’t worked with type design before so I had to research a little and play with the values in Glyphs to get the icons to sit on the right baseline. The values that I have used in Glyphs don’t match the diagram exactly, I think this may just be because of the way Glyphs is calculating it. Move back to your 1024pt icon in Illustrator that we first resized and copy the whole shape. Once the new glyph is selected, change the value of the width in the sidebar from 600 to 1024 and make sure the padding on both sides is set to 0. If you need to nudge the icon into position, make sure you change the grid spacing back to 1 (cmd + i to view settings). Atlassian has several products that have specific icons and we needed a way to organise the font accordingly. The convention I’m using is to separate global, Confluence, JIRA and Dev Tools (Stash, Bitbucket, FishEye, Crucible and Bamboo) icons. Now that you’ve completed one icon, you can repeat these same steps for all your remaining icons.
Once the export is successful, navigate to the folder Glyphs has export the font into to convert this OTF file into a web font to use in your application. When coding up the classes for the individual icons you’ll need to remember those unicodes from Glyphs that you entered earlier and put the values in as the content.

It may have seemed like a lot of work but after doing a couple of icons it gets much faster. We’ll be adding more icons to the Atlassian icon font as we convert the old icons over for all our products.
Atlassian currently supports IE8 and up but the icon font idea in general will work in IE6 with the standard markup provided by Font Squirrel when you convert your OTF to a webfont.
Great write up, just at the right time as I just started creating a custom font for a web app.
What I don’t get though, how did you decide that 1024pts in Glyph are the direct representation of 16px in the browser? Having the magic number of 1024 instead of 1000 is simply because it divides nicely by 16 and 16px is what our normal icons will be displayed at. We would love to use your image if possible and in return pay credit to you on our website that goes out to thousands and thousands of people.
We needed a technique that works on our supported browsers, looks crisp on HiDPI displays and is easily maintainable. The old icons were starting to look a little tired, and with the ADG moving into our products we needed an icon style that would match our design principles. Sometimes, snapping to pixels is not good but generally speaking, your icons will look much sharper if they do. Once an icon is created in Photoshop, I then open up the PSD in Illustrator and then copy the shape over to a new Illustrator document that is 1024pts x 1024pts. You won’t be able to enter unicode values for your icons without having this confusing label checked.
Make sure the whole icon is selected (cmd + a) and then change the x,y coordinates accordingly. If you leave it at 64 to see the overlay grid and then nudge your icon into position, Glyphs will grab hold of the anchors and your icon will look like the one below. Convert the font and then download it to your desktop and you’re ready to put the final touches on it to make your icon font perfect. You might not be able to tell on standard screens when you’re entering this in the CSS but have a closer look on an Apple screen to see the difference in Safari and Chrome. The text inside of the span is inserted for screen readers but is not displayed on the page. The presentational markup we are using has the :before pseudo selector in our CSS which is not supported in IE6 and IE7.
In a separate post I’ve elaborated on how we made the ADG, which has been instrumental in establishing experience design at Atlassian.
The conceptual metaphors around icons is a huge topic but for this post I will be focusing on the craft and production side of icon design for an icon font (optimized for 16px) step-by-step.

This will make Illustrator view your vector like a rasterised image even though it isn’t. Make note of the keyboard short-cut (cmd + i), you’ll be coming back to this settings pane a lot. I found it handy to write out the corresponding pixel amounts for easy math when pushing lots of these icons into the font. Later on you’ll want to change this value to 64 so you can see the grid that will represent the 16px displayed in the browser.
Unfortunately, Glyphs has some pretty bad undo (cmd + z) capabilities so this disaster will not be recoverable with a simple undo.
Glyphs tends to crash every now and then when it runs exports so make sure you’ve saved all your progress. I’ve already seen big improvements for the Stash team from using the icon font everywhere in our UI.
Resize the icon up to fill the 1024pts x 1024pts and centre it on the canvas with the x,y co-ordinates at 512pts (assuming you have a 16×16 icon). If you have a small set of icons that can fit into a normal alphabet then you can use that instead of the unicode ranges.
The majority of the time I set the anchor to be in the middle, the Y axis to be 320 and the X axis to be 512.
To fix your icon, you’ll have to re-paste the shape in but before you do, set the grid spacing back to 1. This shape is what you’ll be copying into Glyphs so make sure that it looks awesome and all your paths are still behaving.
The major advantage of the unicode ranges is that it holds 6,400 possible icons in the private use range which is more than enough for all our products combined. Keep using the keyboard shortcut to get back to this window (cmd + i), it saves a lot of time clicking around. For icons that are 16px x 14px or some other shape, you will need to use the 64pts increments to make it sit where you want. For example, if you have a 12px high icon and position it at the top of the 16px container, it will be 2px off centre when displayed in the browser.
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