5 of the best places to find free assets for your
If you check a job add for an e-learning or instructional designer position recently you will see that graphic design is usually one of the demanding skills. Although some IDs have a strong background for it, most of us don’t have it. The following helpful websites will help you with the inspiration and graphic assets you need.
Ouch! is one of the many great products that icon8 offers. Choose the style you want and start to download. Most of the packages are free. It is also possible to edit some of them in an online Vector creator tool.
If you want to spice up your courses with high quality flat and isometric graphic resources and free vectors, isoflat can be one of your favorite stops. You can also build your scenes by using a free iso builder tool.
I am sure you have heard Freepik which offers many great design resources, free and paid. Slidesgo is a new tool of the Freepik company. You will be amazed by the quality of these free PowerPoint templates.
Lottie is an online JSON-based animation tool. It is mostly used by graphic artists and web developers. However, it is also possible to convert JSON files to animated GIF or video. I have used these animated icons in a few projects and our learners love them.
A lot of vector graphic libraries can be found on the internet but this one is unique. You can download perfectly designed ready sets, also it is possible to animate the scenes and download them as animated GIFs or videos. I have used them in many courses recently and I can say that they bring a super dynamic effect on the content.