Graphic designers have to look for a huge amount of resources in no time so they can finish their jobs, and nobody really likes to buy them, even if they’re high quality, since that’s using up money and nowadays every penny counts.
I’ve recently discovered freepik.com. It’s a simple search engine that looks for free images on the net so you can download them easily. The job’s done by their robots, which look for updated images, and following an algorythm, they decide if they have to index it, if it’s a free high quality one, or leave the image.
It also has paid material, but it’s up to you if you want to buy them. It’s an overall useful tool for new and veteran designers, which will save you a lot of time looking for the right image, with a simple and clear design. It gives a lot of useful options to their users and that’s something thing we like a lot. As of now it has around 1.4 million files and more than 8 million users monthly, another proof of how strong this tool has become.