Library

Design Resources that Make Life Easy

Making social media posts, Newsletters or even a Facebook banner as a founder can be extremely daunting – even for those who have a design background. Here we have compiled a collection of websites and tools that we use to make that process a little easier! Use these tools with your teams to ensure high quality – good looking communication with your customers.

Social Sizes

Social Sizes

Ever posted an image online only to have half of it cropped out of view? Us too! That’s why we love Social Sizes so much. this up-to-date resource keeps all the dimensions to every social media platform live and handy to reference to ensure your work is pixel perfect.

Plus they also have a new image maker in Beta so you can build online too!

Draw Kit

Draw Kit

Draw Kit is a 100% free source of illustrations to aid in your brand development. Just have a read of the Drawkit license to ensure no legal troubles in the future.

Noun Project

Noun Project

This amazing collection of vector icons has reduced design time for us by 100’s of hours. Whatever the icon you’re looking for, they’ll have it!

Animaticons

Animaticons

Animaticons is the next level from Noun Project. With a small, but cool collection of animated icons, this website has a mixture of free and almost from animated icons to use on your projects.

Envato

Envato

Envato is a world-leading creative marketplace for all things design. From templates to fonts envato has it all. To use Envato you will need access to Adobe design products like Photoshop and Illustrator, and some design skills – so stick to canva if this is too advanced.

Creative Market

Creative Market

Creative Market ┬áIs another option for people looking for temples. Much like Envato, Creative Market is the home of temples for everything from pitch decks to websites – but the key difference is the ability to buy bundles which will save you some money in the long run. Pro Tip* if you’re a creative, you can also sell your own temples on this platform too.