For the next version of our application nogago ([url removed, login to view]) we need many (250+) new icons as well as minor additional graphics for the application.
Visual mockups for all design work are available and will be provided to the winning bidder. Overview of design work that needs to be performed in Inkscape: 4 Screen Backgrounds (in 6 resolutions) 8 Buttons (SVG, 2 size PNG) 280 Icons (SVG, 2 size PNG) Resolutions for screen backgrounds (in width x height): 1 240x260 Pearl 2 240x320 Flip 3 320x240 Old Curve 4 360x480 Storm Upside 5 480x320 Old Bold 6 480x360 New Curve, Storm horizontal, New Bold Screen Backgrounds 0 Splash Screen for the application 1 Home Screen 2 Daylight (white to light gray gradient) 3 Night (DarkBlue to Black Gradient) Application Buttons (SVG, Two sizes:80x80, 40x40) A Activities C Compass M Map N Navigate S Search T Track X Exit O Options Application Icon (SVG, various sizes) 1 Application Icon (32x32) 2 Compass (svg, 80x80, 160x160, 200x200) Track Type Icons(SVG, and two sizes PNG: 32x32, 16x16,10x10), get inspiration from [url removed, login to view] 1 hiking 2 walking 3 running 4 skating 5 cross skating 6 handcycle 7 cycling 8 racing bike 9 mountainbiking 10 motorbiking 11 enduro/quad 12 cabriolet 13 car 14 nordic Skiing 15 alpine skiing 16 randonnee skiing 17 snowshoeing 18 wintersports 19 riding 20 canoeing 21 sailing 22 sailing 23 motorboat 24 climbing 25 flying 26 train 27 sightseeing 28 geocaching 29 miscellaneous Map Feature Icons (SVG,8x8,16x16,32x32) ( see [url removed, login to view] for inspiration and icons in use ) 1 highway services A service station to get food and eat something, often found at motorways 2 highway stop A stop sign 3 highway traffic_signals Lights that control the traffic 4 highway crossing Pedestrians can cross a street here; e.g., zebra crossing 5 highway incline slope or hill; may cause slow moving trucks. 6 highway incline_steep As incline, only steeper. 7 highway ford The road crosses through stream or river, vehicles must enter any water 8 highway bus_stop A small bus stop. Larger stations should be tagged as amenity=bus_station instead. 9 highway turning_circle A turning circle is a rounded, widened area usually, but not necessarily, at the end of a road to facilitate easier turning of a vehicle. 10 highway emergency_access_point Sign number which can be used to define you current position in case of an emergency. Use with ref=NUMBER_ON_THE_SIGN 11 highway speed_camera A fixed road-side or overhead speed camera. 12 barrier bollard solid (usually concrete or metal) pillar or pillars in the middle of the road to prevent passage by some traffic. 13 barrier cycle_barrier Barriers to bicycle traffic, most typically a pair of staggered steel bars perpendicular to the way itself whose gaps allow pedestrians to pass. 14 barrier cattle_grid Bars in the road surface that allow wheeled vehicles but not animals to cross. Sometimes known as a Texas Gate, even outside of Texas 15 barrier toll_booth A road usage toll or fee is collected here 16 barrier entrance A hole in a linear barrier with no specific construction that limits passing through. access=yes is understood. the limitations are the same of the way that crosses it, if there is such. 17 barrier gate An entrance that can be opened or closed to get through the barrier. Combine with access= 18 barrier stile A stile allows pedestrians to cross a wall or fence, but never actually "opens" the barrier (unlike a gate, a stile has few or no moving parts). 19 barrier sally_port A sally_port is used to pass through thick or city walls, and is a type of covered gate with two doors. 20 waterway lock_gate In normal circumstances, use lock=yes. But for very large locks, it may be more appropriate to tag the gates at each end using this tag. 21 waterway turning_point A place to turn the driving direction for vessels, where the boats are longer than the river/canal is wide. Use maxlength=* to denote the maximum length of the vessel. 22 waterway boatyard Boat yard - a place for constructing, repairing and storing vessels out of the water. 23 waterway weir A barrier built across a river, sometimes to divert water for industrial purposes. Water can still flow over the top. 24 lock yes () A lock is used for moving boats between waterways at two different levels. Can tag either the section of the way between the gates (detailed) or just a single node in the waterway (less detailed). 25 railway station Railway station (Other languages). 26 railway halt A small station, may not have a platform, trains may only stop on request. 27 railway tram_stop A tram stop is a place where a passenger can embark / disembark a tram. 28 railway crossing A point where pedestrians may cross. 29 railway level_crossing A point where rails and roads cross. 30 railway subway_entrance The entrance to a subway station, usually going from surface to underground. 31 eroway aerodrome An Aerodrome (UK), Airport (US), see also military=airfield 32 aeroway terminal Airport passenger building 33 aeroway helipad Helicopter start/landing pad 34 aeroway gate Used to mark the gate numbers at the airports. 35 aeroway windsock Used to mark the position of a windsock. 36 aerialway station A station, where passengers can enter and/or leave the aerialway 37 power tower For towers or pylons carrying high voltage electricity cables. Normally constructed from steel latticework. Should not be used for electricity or telephone cables carried on single wooden poles, which might be tagged power=pole. 38 power station A tag for electricity stations. Wires from power lines come in or go out here. 39 power sub_station A tag for electricity sub-stations. Smaller than a station. Could be a box near street. 40 power generator A place where power is generated. Use in combination with power_source; you may want to use power_rating=* 41 man_made beacon Help guide navigators to their destinations. 42 man_made crane a stationary, permanent crane, such as those at docks 43 man_made gasometer Gasometer in Wikipedia 44 man_made lighthouse Sends out a light beam to guide ships 45 man_made reservoir_covered A covered water reservoir 46 man_made surveillance To mark places and buildings monitored by public or private camera 47 man_made survey_point Triangulation pillars, geodetic vertices, and fixed equipment used by topographers (e.g. DGPS radio stations) 48 man_made tower A tall and often lean building or structure e.g. telecoms. Also see historic=* below. 49 man_made wastewater_plant Facilities used to treat wastewater (known as sewage in some countries) 50 man_made watermill Watermill, mostly ancient and out of order 51 man_made water_tower A tower to store water in, usually found on hills beside or in a town 52 man_made water_works A place where drinking water is found and applied to the local waterpipes network. 53 man_made windmill Windmill, mostly ancient and out of order, see power=generator in combination with power_source=wind for modern wind turbines 54 man_made works Industrial building to produce something 55 leisure sports_centre To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport= tag. 56 leisure golf_course The outline of a golf course. The node form may be used to place an icon within the course. This tag implies sport=golf. 57 leisure stadium A major sports arena with substantial tiered seating. To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport= tag 58 leisure track e.g. running, cycle-racing, greyhound, horses. To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport= tag 59 leisure pitch e.g. a field for playing football/soccer, cricket, baseball sports. To describe what kind of sport(s) use sport= tag 60 leisure water_park Amusement area with water slides, recreational swimming pools and dressing rooms. 61 leisure marina For mooring leisure yachts and motor boats 62 leisure slipway Boats can be launched here 63 leisure fishing 64 leisure nature_reserve 65 leisure park open, green area for recreation, usually municipal 66 leisure playground Playground for little children. 67 leisure garden Place where flowers and other plants are grown in a decorative and structured manner or for scientific purposes. 68 leisure common An area where the public can walk anywhere (UK) 69 leisure ice_rink A place where you can skate or play ice hockey. 70 leisure miniature_golf A place or area that you can play miniature golf. 71 amenity restaurant Restaurant (not fast food, see amenity=fast_food). The kind of food served can be tagged with cuisine=*. 72 amenity pub A place selling beer and other alcoholic drinks; may also provide food or accommodation (UK) 73 amenity food_court An area with several different restaurant food counters and a shared eating area. Commonly found in malls, airports, etc. 74 amenity fast_food Fast Food Restaurant (see also amenity=restaurant). The kind of food served can be tagged with cuisine=*. 75 amenity drinking_water A source of drinking water 76 amenity bbq A public grill for cooking meat or vegetables, most typically to eat outdoors. You may want to include a “fuel=wood/gas/electric?? key. 77 amenity biergarten Beer garden in Wikipedia 78 amenity cafe a cafe 79 amenity kindergarten For children too young for a regular school (also known as playschool or nursery school). 80 amenity school school and grounds 81 amenity college a College campus or buildings 82 amenity library A public library (municipal, university, ...) to borrow books from. 83 amenity university a University campus or buildings 84 amenity ferry_terminal Ferry terminal/stop. A place where people/cars/etc. can board and leave a ferry. 85 amenity bicycle_parking Parking for bicycles 86 amenity bicycle_rental Rent a bicycle 87 amenity bus_station Bus Station (this is a big station, a bus stop is highway=bus_stop) 88 amenity car_rental Rent a car 89 amenity car_sharing Share a car 90 amenity fuel Petrol station; gas station; marine fuel; ... Streets to petrol stations are often tagged highway=service. 91 amenity grit_bin A container that hold grit or a mixture from salt and grit. 92 amenity parking Car Park. Nodes and areas (without access tag) will get a parking symbol. Areas will be colored. Streets on car parking are often tagged highway=service and service=parking_aisle. 93 amenity taxi A place where taxis wait for passengers. 94 amenity atm an ATM or cash point 95 amenity bank a bank (for a bank that also has an ATM, it is preferred that a separate node for each ATM is added) 96 amenity bureau_de_change Bureau de change, Currency exchange, Wechsel, Cambio - a place to change foreign bank notes and travellers cheques 97 amenity pharmacy Pharmacy 98 amenity hospital Often used in conjunction with emergency=* to note whether or not the hospital has emergency facilities (A&E (brit.) or ER (am.)) 99 amenity baby_hatch a place where you can drop a baby anonymously for adoption 100 amenity dentist A dentist practice / surgery. 101 amenity doctors A doctors practice / surgery. 102 amenity veterinary A place where a veterinary surgeon (vet) practices. 103 amenity arts_centre an arts centre 104 amenity cinema a cinema 105 amenity fountain A fountain for cultural / decorational / recreational purposes. 106 amenity nightclub a nightclub 107 amenity stripclub A place that offers striptease or lapdancing (for sexual services use amenity=brothel). 108 amenity studio TV radio or recording studio 109 amenity theatre a theatre or opera house 110 amenity bench a bench to sit down and relax a bit 111 amenity brothel a brothel 112 amenity courthouse a place where justice is dispensed 113 amenity crematorium 114 amenity embassy An embassy 115 amenity emergency_phone A telephone dedicated to emergency calls 116 amenity fire_station A Fire station 117 amenity grave_yard A (smaller) place of burial, often you'll find a church nearby. Large places should be landuse=cemetery instead. 118 amenity hunting_stand A hunting stand 119 amenity marketplace A place where trade is regulated, e.g. a square. 120 amenity place_of_worship A church, mosque, or temple, etc. Note that you also need religion=*, usually denomination=* and preferably name=* as well as amenity=place_of_worship. See the article for details. 121 amenity police A Police station 122 amenity post_box Alternative mail-carriers can be tagged via operator=* 123 amenity post_office Post office building with postal services 124 amenity prison a prison 125 amenity public_building 126 amenity recycling recycling facilities (bottle banks etc.) 127 amenity shelter A shelter against bad weather for hiker, cyclists, ... 128 amenity telephone Public telephone 129 amenity toilets Public toilets (might require a fee) 130 amenity townhall A town hall building 131 amenity vending_machine A machine selling goods, tickets ... 132 amenity waste_basket A waste basket is a single small container for depositing garbage that is easily accesible for pedestrians. 133 amenity waste_disposal A place where canal boaters, caravaners etc. can dispose of rubbish (trash/waste). 134 shop alcohol Government owned or licensed shop selling alcohol. See also shop=beverages. 135 shop bakery Selling bread 136 shop beverages Shop focused on selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. See also shop=alcohol. 137 shop bicycle A shop that sells bicycles, bicycle equipment and may rent or repair them 138 shop books Selling books (for a library that borrows books, see amenity=library) 139 shop butcher Selling meat 140 shop car Car store - a place to buy cars or to get your car repaired 141 shop car_repair A shop focused on car repair (usually independent of a specific car brand). 142 shop chemist A shop selling articles of personal hygiene, cosmetics, and household cleaning products (for a shop that potentially dispenses prescription drugs, cf. pharmacy. U.S. drug store, see amenity=pharmacy) 143 shop clothes A shop selling clothes (other related values in use are: fashion, shoes) 144 shop computer A shop selling computers, peripherals, software, ... 145 shop confectionery A shop selling sweets and pastry 146 shop convenience Convenience Store - a small local store usually selling a small selection of food items plus things like simple first aid, household, stationary and car items 147 shop department_store A single large store - often multiple storeys high - selling a large variety of goods (see also shop=mall) 148 shop dry_cleaning A shop or kiosk offering a clothes dry cleaning service. The actual cleaning may be done elsewhere. 149 shop doityourself A shop that sells tools and supplies to do-it-yourself householders, gardening, ... 150 shop electronics Selling consumer electronics (TV, radio, ...). Larger ones may also sell computers, fridges, ... 151 shop farm A shop at a farm that sells the farm produce 152 shop florist Get your bouquet of flowers from here (see shop=garden_centre for potted flowers). 153 shop funeral_directors Providing services related to funeral arrangements, may also be known as a "funeral parlour" or "undertakers". 154 shop furniture Selling furniture, might range from small decorational items to a whole flat interieur 155 shop garden_centre Selling potted flowers, maybe even trees (see also shop=florist for flower bouquets). 156 shop gift Selling gifts and greeting cards. May also sell tourist gifts in areas near major tourist attractions. 157 shop greengrocer Selling vegetables and fruits. 158 shop hairdresser Here you can get your hair cut, coloured, ... 159 shop hardware A small shop that sells screws and bolts, paints, key copying, ... 160 shop hifi A shop that sells High Fidelity or High End environment to listen music or watch films at home 161 shop kiosk A small shop on the pavement that sells magazines, tobacco, newspapers, sweets and stamps. 162 shop laundry A shop to get your normal clothes washed. Might be self service coin operated, with service staff for drop off, ... 163 shop mall A shopping mall - multiple stores under one roof (also known as a shopping centre) 164 shop massage A massage shop 165 shop motorcycle A shop that sells motorcycles 166 shop newsagent Shop selling newspapers, cigarettes, other goods 167 shop optician A shop that sells eyeglasses, contact lenses (may also check your eyes). 168 shop organic A shop selling organic food 169 shop outdoor A shop that sells camping, walking, climbing, fishing and other outdoor sports equipment (and GPSes) 170 shop sports A shop selling sporting goods. 171 shop stationery A shop selling office supplies 172 shop supermarket Supermarket 173 shop shoes Selling shoes. 174 shop toys A toy store. 175 shop travel_agency A shop selling travel related products and services 176 shop video A shop that sells or rents out videos/DVDs 177 tourism alpine_hut Wikipedia:Mountain hut 178 tourism attraction A general tourism attraction, this tag is often used in addition with other tags (like historic=*). 179 tourism artwork A tag for public pieces of art. 180 tourism camp_site A place where you can pitch a tent 181 tourism caravan_site A place where you can park a caravan overnight or for longer periods 182 tourism chalet Rent a hut 183 tourism guest_house a guest house 184 tourism hostel Wikipedia:Hostel 185 tourism hotel Wikipedia:Hotel 186 tourism information Information resource for tourists and visitors, including information offices and map boards 187 tourism motel Wikipedia:Motel 188 tourism museum see Other languages 189 tourism picnic_site A place where you can have an outdoor picnic. May have facilities such as tables and benches. 190 tourism theme_park Wikipedia:Theme park 191 tourism viewpoint A place, often high, with a good view of surrounding countryside or notable buildings, lookout. Sometimes called a vista point or scenic area/point. 192 tourism zoo zoological garden 193 tourism yes to add tourist interest to something described by other tags 194 historic archaeological_site Excavation place for ancient remains 195 historic battlefield The site of a battle or military skirmish in the past. this could be on land or at sea. 196 historic castle Other languages 197 historic memorial Much like a monument, but smaller. Might range from a WWII memorial to a simple plate on a wall. 198 historic monument An object, especially large and made of stone, built to remember and show respect to a person or group of people. Other languages 199 historic ruins Remains of a castle or alike, usage was abandoned. 200 military airfield A place where military planes take off and land 201 military bunker Buildings, often build from concrete, to stand even heavier fire. Also WW2 pillboxes. 202 military barracks Buildings where soldiers live and work. 203 military danger_area Usually a large marked area around something like a firing range, bombing range, etc which is an exclusion zone. 204 military range Where soldiers have practice with their weapons (firing, bombing, artillery, ...). 205 military naval_base A naval base 206 natural peak top of a hill or mountain (summit) 207 sport 9pin 9-pin Bowling (on Wikipedia) - bowling game played in Europe with only 9 pins 208 sport 10pin 10-pin Bowling (on Wikipedia) 209 sport archery The different variations of this sport can be specified by also adding a type=* tag. Values for this type=* tag are e.g.: FITA, field, 3D, ... See also Archery on Wikipedia 210 sport athletics Track and field athletics. A collection of sports events that involve running, throwing and jumping (on Wikipedia). 211 sport australian_football Australian Rules Football. A team sport played between two teams of 18 players with a ball on large oval shaped grass fields (often also used as a cricket ground), with four goal posts at each end.(on Wikipedia) 212 sport baseball An outdoor bat-and-ball sport contested by two teams of nine players each on a large grass pitch (on Wikipedia) 213 sport basketball Basketball, very popular in the USA and the Philippines (on Wikipedia) 214 sport beachvolleyball beachvolleyball on Wikipedia 215 sport boules A collective name for games played with metal balls, popular in France (on Wikipedia). The different variations of this sport can be specified by also adding a type=* tag. Values for this type=* tag are e.g.: petanque, lyonnaise, extreme, ... 216 sport bowls Lawn bowls (on Wikipedia) 217 sport canoe Canoeing (both canadian and kayaks) 218 sport chess Chess (on Wikipedia) - here mostly intended: big chess-boards in the open air 219 sport climbing Rock climbing - natural or artificial climbs (climbing walls) (on Wikipedia) 220 sport cricket A bat-and-ball sport contested by two teams, usually of eleven players, each on a large grass pitch (on Wikipedia) 221 sport cricket_nets Cricket nets for practice used by batsmen and bowlers to warm up and/or improve their cricketing techniques. (on Wikipedia) 222 sport croquet A game played between 2 or more players on a small grass pitch hitting wooden or plastic balls with a mallet through hoops embedded into the grass. (on Wikipedia) 223 sport cycling 224 sport diving 225 sport dog_racing 226 sport equestrian Equestrianism, sports involving the skill of riding or driving horses (on Wikipedia) . Often associated internationally with show jumping and dressage, but also including endurance riding, eventing, reining, tent pegging, vaulting, polo, horse racing, driving, rodeo and more. See also sport=horse_racing 227 sport football Please avoid this tag, as it is internationally ambiguous. Better use more detailed: soccer, rugby, australian_football, ... 228 sport golf for golf courses, use leisure=golf_course 229 sport gymnastics 230 sport hockey 231 sport horse_racing 232 sport korfball (korfball on Wikipedia) 233 sport motor 234 sport multi 235 sport orienteering (orienteering on Wikipedia) Orienteering club or centre 236 sport paddle_tennis (paddle_tennis on Wikipedia) 237 sport paragliding Paragliding takeoff or landing site (paragliding on Wikipedia) 238 sport pelota (pelota on Wikipedia) 239 sport racquet 240 sport rowing (rowing on Wikipedia) 241 sport rugby 242 sport shooting outdoor or indoor shooting range 243 sport skating ice skating 244 sport skateboard 245 sport skiing 246 sport soccer Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, a team sport played between two teams of eleven players (on Wikipedia). Note: While called "football" (fussball, fotball, ...) in many countries, it is best to tag it as "soccer" to avoid confusion with other usages of "football": In USA, American Football; in Australia, any of soccer, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Australian Rules Football; etc. 247 sport swimming 248 sport table_tennis 249 sport team_handball (Team) handball on Wikipedia 250 sport tennis Tennis courts 251 sport toboggan public toboggan run 252 sport volleyball volleyball on Wikipedia