12:19 AM

Burning the midnight oil (quite literally) right now.

Working from home, from your computer, gets increasingly more difficult if your internet is painstakingly slow. #FirstWorldProblems

I’ve been working on some design work tonight. Here’s a tidbit… if you’ve got access to Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign, and aren’t a graphic designer, the website freepik.com can be one of your most valuable resources.

The entire premise of the website is designers helping designers/future designers… which is a movement that I wholeheartedly stand behind. If you have a creative talent and can provide that to others, for free, that’s some good stuff right there. And if you need some creative motivation, now you know of a free resource that can help you in your design journey.

Freepik.com.

Oh, if you use anything, always provide credit. Don’t be ‘that person’ that doesn’t provide credit.

15 thoughts on “12:19 AM

    1. I hear these are good sites as well. Personally, I’ve never used them. I always just use Freepik because it works well for me, I’ve never felt the need to deviate! That being said, your comment is a reminder there are definitely a lot of resources out there!

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  1. I live in a world of non-disclosure agreements, and commercially sensitive information – I can very rarely talk about anything I work on – it suck sometimes – especially when I’m working on something exciting 🙂

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    1. Been there before! A lot of projects are boring but every now and again I get something really fun or cool that I’m excited to work on and I can’t talk about it!

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