I know you’ve been waiting with baited breath until the Google Drive announcement, and guess what, It’s finally here! It’s looking to be a bit more expensive than anyone thought, but hey.. whatever. Google does what it wants.
But more importantly, the vector versions of Google Drive icons and relative iconography exists as well and is available for download under creative commons. This important only if you’re working on projects that use Google Apps in which you need one of they’re icons.
For my part, I’ve been frustrated trying to find vector-based icons, notably GMail, Calendar, Google Docs, etc, so I went ahead and made my own set which I offer for you to download and use (free of charge) over on my Dribbble. I’ve also included the official Google-made versions as well in case that’s how you roll.
The set is continually being updated, and I’ll continue on this trajectory. If you like what you see, comment or give me a thumbs up. I’m finding dribble to be a great community for designers. I’ve just recently gone pro.
So, why did I create a Google Drive logo for my own use? A very secret and about to be revealed project I’m working on here at Spanning— a free tool that will allow you to inspect your Google Drive and get a living infographic/report of exactly what’s in your drive and why it’s in peril! Stay tuned…