7 Free Websites I Use While Designing Graphics!

Image Source: Tiny Designer (Freepik)

I have seen from my experience that: The main reason behind any worst design is not only lack of creativity but also lack of resources.

So to help you overcome this. I am sharing 7 helpful websites to take your designs to the next level.


Author Screenshot Storyset

Also, the best thing about storyset is that: You can customize the colour and design of the illustration according to your need.


Author Screenshot Flaticon

I will suggest you to create an account on this site (which is free).

The main benefit you will get doing is you will be able to download unlimited free icons, While without login Flaticon only lets you download 5 icons per day.


Author screenshot Canva

It is the evergreen platform for designers. Almost every creator knows about it.

Because you can create engaging graphics in minutes which require hours on photoshop.

Stock images:

The reason why I wrote stock images in the heading is because I can’t choose one from these several best platforms.

So here is the list of best websites for downloading stock images:

  • Unsplash
  • Freepik
  • Pexels
  • Pixabay
  • Adobe Stock
  • Flickr


Author Screenshot Dribbble

A one-stop solution to get all the inspiration you need for your next project.

This platform allows graphic designers to create their virtual design portfolios.


Author Screenshot Coolors

The Colour palette plays a very important role in making your designs attractive.

It determines whether your designs will stand out or not.

So this website generates thousands of free colour palettes which help you find your best colour combination.


Author Screenshot Fontsquirrel

Fonts are as important as choosing the right colours for your designs. Every font has its unique Identity.

Ever wondered why a medium’s UI stands out more than other platforms?

It is because their designers have a great understanding of using fonts.

Final Thoughts:

So these are some of the best websites I use while designing graphics.



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Yugant Nakhawa

Yugant Nakhawa


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