Tools that I personally use as a Graphic Designer
This page contains most of the tools and resources that I use on my website. Everything on this shortlist has been tested and I hope it’ll help you to improve your skills and develop new abilities.
This might be the most famous tool used by graphic designers. I mostly use Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign but there are plenty of other applications that are available in the Adobe Suite. This is a top-notch tool that everyone should have.
I personally use their services almost every time I need a picture for one of my projects. In short: one of the leaders in the stock photo industry – one of the best at the microstock model – offers over 350 million royalty-free stock photos.
I love the 3D render models that I use for my photo manipulation projects. It saves me a lot of time and it’s really easy to use. Envato provides you with access to over 900,000 downloadable digital assets for your projects such as graphics, music, videos, templates, WordPress themes, and more.
I use this tool every day. Unsplash is one of the largest photography suppliers on the internet and it’s totally free! it gives downloaders the right to copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or Unsplash.
Another great tool where you can download free stock photography and royalty-free stock media. It is used for sharing photos, illustrations, vector graphics, film footage, and music. I personally use this website every day as well as it’s free!
Great website where you can download over 3.2 million photos and videos for free. I usually used this tool if I couldn’t find the image I wanted on Unsplash or Pixabay.