Icons we used

Check the documentation for more details.


For this product we used the material design icons . We didn’t use images or svgs, instead, thanks to Sergey Kupletsky, we used the Material Design Iconic Font , a font icon like font awesome and glyphicons, responsive and very easy to use.

Down below you can see a basic example on how you can use the icons. For a more in depth tutorial please take a look at the documentation. Thank you!


On the font’s website you’ll find listed all the icons grouped by their category. By clicking on one of the icons you’ll get a modal with all the details you need, the unicode of that icon (more about it in the documentation) as well as the css class you need to use.

Icon usage details

About Fancee

Fancee is an old (2017 design work) but fancy design system built on top of the latest version of bootstrap. It's released under MIT which means you can do whatever you want with it, you can use it for your personal projects, client projects or you can sell it, there are no limitations.

Fancee is a part of a failed side project. It was meant to help developers build applications more easily no matter the environment. Long story short, the maintainer (Alex Andonie) lost his interest in the project and everything fell apart. To pursue the initial idea of wanting to help other developers and to keep the project alive, Alex decided to refactor Fancee and release it for free. The version you're currently viewing is a stripped down version. More components will be added as they get refactored. Star and watch the repo to get notified of the new additions and if you want to add, fix or change something, feel free to submit a PR as all the good stuff will get merged.

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