At the time of writing this, the Board Game Symbol Library has been downloaded over 980 times! Time to finally update it. At the moment, it’s only an ease-of-use update, but an update nonetheless.
It’s been awesome seeing the download counter steadily working its way up, but I just haven’t had the time to update the library. Well, now things are calming down with everything else in life that has to be done, so I figured I could start with an ease-of-use update to the library.
In this update, I got rid of the single eps-files and instead exported each individual symbol into its own svg-file, as well as rendering them as png-files.
What this means is that you can now pick and choose which symbol you want to use rather than opening the big file and choosing from there. The rendered png-files will allow you to both easily inspect each symbol, and use the symbol without using a vector program.
Up next is to export everything as individual eps-files as well for ease of use with the Adobe Creative Suite (mainly InDesign).