Every good designer’s toolbox is overflowing with the implements and instruments needed to create eye-catching and user-friendly designs. As well as the softwares you use every day, you’re always on the lookout for quality imagery, graphics, icons, fonts, UI templates… the list can feel endless (and the toolbox a little messy!).
Luckily, the design community is full of benevolent individuals who have shared amazing free resources you can use to make your work more efficient.
The challenge is simply finding all of the resources that are available to you…
You’re likely spending a chunk of your time searching for the items you need, when all you really want to do is get on with creating exceptional work.
But what if I told you, you could bookmark one page that contained all the design resources you need?
AND CO’s latest side project is Design DB – a huge database of hand-curated freebies for designers.
We’ve always been about saving you time as a freelancer, so we scoured the net to find some of the best resources other designers have kindly made available, and vetted each entry for quality.
And, since we believe you shouldn’t have to spend a fortune to make your designs stand out, all of the resources are free to access.
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In the database you can find all the best resources on the web for:
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Design DB celebrates designers who help fellow designers learn from them and be more efficient in their work. Pass on the favor by sharing Design DB with someone who could use it.
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One more thing: Design DB was created to be an ever-evolving database of design templates and assets. So if you know of a resource that should be added to the list, simply head to ‘Submit a Freebie‘ to let us know, and together we’ll make sure we keep the list fresh.
Take a look at Design DB now – and be sure to let us know what you think on Twitter @andco!