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JWSE Jira Icons


This is the set of icons used for JWSE for Jira Software and Jira Service Desk. It is a simple set created in Sketch using Font Awesome and some manual touches. These icons follow the same color scheme as the JWSE website.

The Icons include:

  1. Epic
  2. Idea
  3. Business Need
  4. Change Request
  5. Story
  6. Requirement
  7. Non-functional Requirement
  8. Design
  9. Defect
  10. Incident
  11. Code
  12. Build & Configure
  13. Technical Debt
  14. Task
  15. Support
  16. Open Question

JWSE Specific Icons

  1. Article
  2. Jobs
  3. People

You are free to download and use these icons as long as you abide to the Font Awesome Free License: https://fontawesome.com/license/free

Feel free to suggest new icons and I will consider adding them to this package.


 

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