The site uses Wikifont icons created by Mun May Tee-Galloway.
The iconset has not been updated, but I suggest we continue developing it as an open source project. The font has been forked in https://github.com/Wikidocumentaries/WikiFont.
Let's list missing icons here first!
- 1 Context
- 2 Most needed icons
- 2.1 Topic / tag / depicted
- 2.2 Sort
- 2.3 Help
- 2.4 Expand page
- 2.5 Shrink page
- 2.6 ID
- 2.7 Institution
- 2.8 Publishing platform
- 2.9 Photographer, author
- 2.10 Depicted person
- 2.11 Production technique
- 2.12 Measures. Same or different from Image dimensions
- 2.13 Filesize
- 2.14 File format
- 2.15 Crowdsourcing task
- 3 Navigation
The icons are used primarily in the header bar of each module. They can be buttons or menus, but the same icon are used in both cases.
Most needed icons
Topic / tag / depicted
Tag icon is often needed. It is used in...
Sort items. Sort criteria can be textual in a menu, only main icon needed.
Needed as a link for additional info. The usual tag icon would be suitable.
Needed in tool sections as an option to expand the view to a bigger one or another window. The 'full window' icon would be suitable.
A pair to the previous.
Image ID in the metadata editor. Could be used to mark any ID.
The source institution of the image in the metadata editor. The museum icon possibly.
Another organisation to be included in the metadata editor listing. Could be the respective icons: Wikimedia Commons, Flickr, Finna, Ajapaik, Internet Archive, Europeana... and/or a generic one, a web icon, globe...?
A creator icon, may be the same as the user icon. Different roles? For the metadata editor. Should imply a person.
The depicted person could be different from the author. Could be a person in a frame.
Image metadata: Painting, photograph etc. Perhaps an data rows related to an image.
Measures. Same or different from Image dimensions
The physical size of the depicted object. Media metadata.
The digital size of the depicted object. Media metadata.
The icon for the tasks menu in various content modules. A shovel, working gloves, machinery...
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