Do you need graphic design help for your next project?

There are numerous websites, apps, and platforms available that allow you to create, modify, and even animation without investing any money.

We’ve selected the best resources, including pictures, fonts , typefaces, and more, to save you time.

1.Unsplash

Unsplash is a stock photo site run by a welcoming community of photographers who all contribute free stock photos for you to download and use. Over 210,000 photographers contribute to it, which now boasts a library of over 2 million photographs.It compensates with high-quality, high-resolution images.  For every sophisticated designer, this is a must-have. 

2.Pexels

Pixels is praised for releasing content that immediately reacts to global events, thanks to a community of photographers and filmmakers that willingly donate their work for everyone to download and use royalty-free.

3.Pixabay 

A generous community of creatives contributes free pictures and royalty-free assets to Pixabay. The site features a variety of marketing and business-related graphics and videos. There are also free vectors and illustrations available. 

4.Stock Unlimited 

StockUnlimited is a comprehensive library of graphic design resources. It provides access to over one million high-quality stock photos, songs, and sound effects for videos and podcasts.

They’ve even included an image editor. 

Illustrations for Free 

1.Open Peeps

Do you prefer something more hand-drawn? Open Peeps is your illustration library. Pablo Stanley created the open-source flat SVG and PNG assets, which are available for Sketch, Figma, Studio, and XD. If you want to help Pablo, you can even make a donation. A small amount goes a long way. 

2 .Humaaans

Pablo Stanley has created something truly unique with Humaaans: modular, vector illustrations of humans that you can mix and match, rotate, and position to create your own designs. Whatever you create is free to use for both commercial and personal purposes. 

3. UnDraw

UnDraw, which describes itself as “open-source illustration for any idea you can imagine and create,” is a constantly updated design project by Katerina Limpitsouni that features beautiful SVG images that you can use for free and without attribution. We especially like how you can quickly add your own hex code to customize the illustrations for your own projects. 

Free Icons

  1. Icons8

This fantastic resource from icons8.com provides a plethora of free icons in PNG and SVG formats. They’re also on the ball, as they’ve recently added a “coronavirus related searches” section for those of you looking for something current. 

  1. Ionicons
Ionicons are premium icons that designers can use in web, iOS, Android, and desktop apps. They’re all free and open source, thanks to the Ionic Framework team.
  1. Animaticons
Typography Resourc Animaticons is a collection of customizable high-resolution animated GIFs. They are small in size, work with all major browsers, email clients, and smartphones, and do not require any special plugins or libraries.es
  1. Google Fonts

A simple and comprehensive directory of open source web fonts for designers to use as they see fit. All to the high standards that you’d expect from a web behemoth like Google. 

  1. Fontifier

Fontifier converts a scanned image of your handwriting into a font that can be used in a word processor or graphics programme.

You can preview your personalised font for free once it has been scanned. However, downloading your handwritten font will set you back $9. 

  1. Adobe Type Products

Adobe has everything. Purchase fonts from resellers or download them from other foundries to gain access to the Font Folio of collections tailored to specific needs. 

Inspiration for Graphic Design 

  1. Typography.guru

Typography. Guru is a leading typography forum that claims to be the “largest online community for the field of typography.”

The forum, which has over 6,000 members and 37,000 forum posts, connects you with skilled typography designers and specialists from all over the world. It allows you to ask typography questions, learn more about individual fonts, and stay up to date on the latest typography news. 

  1. Behance

Behance is a design and creative social media platform that showcases beautiful work to inspire your creativity. Check it out the next time you’re stuck in a creative rut and need to be inspired from all sides. 

  1. Pttrns

Pttrns is a goldmine of inspiration for UI kits and smartphone design, whether you’re designing an Android or iPhone interface.

When you need some inspiration for your next project, go to the site and browse through a vast library of completed designs in any category you can think of. 

Conclusion

What is the best way to start with graphic design resources?

With so many tools, software, and websites all touting their own unique features and specialities, deciding on a graphic design tool can be a daunting task.

To make a decision, limit your options to tools that meet the needs of your business. Begin by looking for resources that offer free trials or

paid upgrades. Consider investing in premium versions if you find them useful. 

Good luck with your future graphic design projects using these resources! 

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