My Top 5 Favorite Graphic Design Resources
Today I am sharing with you my top 5 favorite graphic design resources. There are so many options out there to find inspiration or hone a skill, tools to use for your own design process, and stores to browse to find the perfect finishing touch for a project. I believe in order to be a great designer you must be humble and know that there is always a new style you can learn, a skill you can improve on, and a resource you can use for extra help. For that reason, I’ve compiled a list of my very favorite resources I often use for my own design business in the hopes that they’ll be useful to you as well. Enjoy!
I think it’s safe to say if you want to start or run a successful graphic design business of any sort, Adobe is a must. From Photoshop to Illustrator to InDesign and beyond, Adobe products are a must for me and make the design process smooth and easy.
I have tried just about every online printer there is, and MOO is hands-down my go-to option. You can’t beat their quality, and their business is always evolving. That means they always have new and improved printing options, sizes, paper stock, and so on. If you need something printed, go to MOO!
Skillshare offers over 16,000 online classes to help you improve your career and passions. From design videos to business videos and beyond, you can get help with just about anything you need to make your business become even more successful or hone in on a particular skill. The best part? You can get started with a free trial to see if Skillshare works for you.
My Fonts is a great resource for any and all types of fonts. They offer very, very few free fonts, but they have a great diverse selection of high-quality options for just about every type of style you could imagine, many of which can be purchased for just a small price.
Lastly, Creative Market is another one of my go-to resources. They offer everything from stock photography to graphics and illustrations to fonts. And for those who don’t design from scratch or are looking for extra help, Creative Market also offers print design templates and website themes, plus more!
What are your favorite or must-have design resources? Let me know in the comments below!