Expanding the creative landscape of your Project - where to find additional resources for images & illustrations
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Licenses & Terms of Usage
Many of the resources here are free from copyright restrictions or licensed under creative commons public domain dedication. This means you can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.
However, some images may require attribution or might not be suitable for commercial purposes. Make sure to do your own research on the terms of usage of each site to determine how these images can be used.
Unsplash has got images that looked like that they came through the hands of professional photographers. The images are put together as collections, which work like albums with a theme. Simply pick one that best fit your content.
Illustrations & Icons
Flaticon organizes flat vector icons in packs, and each pack has a specific category. When you download a pack, you get access to all the icons in it.
Not limiting to vector icons, Freepik has a wide range of graphic resources – illustrations, photographs, logo designs, and more. If you need inspiration for graphic creation, Freepik is definitely your go-to.
Canva has got more than 40 categories of design formats, and in each category is a huge library of templates to pick from. You do not need to worry about no finding something you like, but worry about not being able to decide on one!
If you are looking to create more that just static images, consider Crello. There are templates of animated content that you are can pick off the shelf or further customize to your liking.
What’s great about Design Wizard is not just the over ten thousand image templates. You can find integrations with Hubspot, Marketo, Buffer and Intercom – making graphic editing that much easier!