The Keeper of Airbnb and Snapchat's Visual Identity
Designers can create faster and more efficiently with a collaborative asset manager
Publicly launched today, Lingo is a Mac desktop app for indexing visual languages. It helps designers and their teams create and manage a single space for organizing, sharing and using consistent visual assets.
The app is a product from the makers of Noun Project, a website that aggregates and catalogs symbols from graphic designers around the world. It was born out of frustration and the lack of a good solution for sharing visual assets, which commonly happens over email, instant messaging, style guides or deep within a folder of folders.