The case for economic literacy is a strong one. George Stigler, a Nobel Laureate in economics, probably stated it best almost three decades ago when he wrote: “The public has chosen to speak and vote on economic problems, so the only open question is how intelligently it speaks and votes.”
Economic literacy certainly contributes to the first class of knowledge. People like to think and talk about the economic issues that affect them as consumers, workers, producers, investors, citizens and in other roles they assume over a lifetime. Economic literacy also gives people the tools for understanding their economic world and how to interpret events that will either directly or indirectly affect them. However, economics isn’t very easy to understand, and thankfully, we have multiple digital solutions that offer us easily digestible information and excellent infographics to solidify our understanding of the subject matter.
If you’re up to design one such solution wherein you will be dealing with one or more economic matters, finance or money in general, we have the perfect icon set to get you started! Have a look at these 16 economy icons by Graphic Pear, which come in editable strokes, Adobe Illustrator vector file. The icons can be edited, exported and easily integrated into any of your projects that need icons for cash, savings, market trends, stocks, credit cards, mortgages or money management.
Minimalistic, classy and consistent, the icon set is a great tool to ace the intuitiveness as well as the navigation of your digital platform!