Usage Story about Calendar Icon
Calendars have since proved to be useful for well-adjusted adults. Nothing could make a person feel busier than looking at a swamped calendar. That is probably why even though calendars are posted up on our walls, on top of our desks, and inside our smartphones, we hardly take a good look at it. Without calendars, we can go about our normal day, inhaling fresh air as we sip martinis by the pool, lounging as if we’re in a damn 90’s R&B music video. The cliché is true, kids—ignorance is indeed bliss. Cut back to the real world. Alas, a nine-to-five job is upon us and Google calendar is already sending notifications of impending meetings.
Although we’ve gone totally savvy with our calendars, these things date back to the ancient civilization. Early forms of the calendar were mainly used for keeping track of time and foretelling events that were either a boon or bane to the ancient society. For the calendar to become what it is today, a lot of major changes were made triggered by the expansion of humanity’s knowledge.
And because we are all well-adjusted adults here who keep track of all our meetings and schedule stuff like a pro, lots of calendar icons await you.
- Today calendar
- Overtime calendar
- Leave calendar
- Tear off calendar
- Calendar plus/minus
There’s also an option for different dates set in the calendar.
Lastly, a different calendar icon for the days of the week.
Go get busy with these icons!
Look at the example of candy packaging design with the calendar: this package was produced by M. Conradi's factory in St. Petersburg, Russia (1899):