Freepik: Your Free Graphic Resources Finder

Web and graphic designers nowadays have small amount of time to look and search the entire web for free resources since their time is already dedicated in crafting and producing creative output  based on their fields.  Imagine consuming so much time just to look for a single free vector, psd or image to use that suits to your design project and you hopped from one design resource website to another. Instead you might just spend those time in working with your design.

That is why we, as graphic designers need a one stop resources and just search from one website. It is where Freepik comes in handy.

Freepik is a search engine that helps graphic and web designers to locate high quality photos, vectors, illustrations and PSD files for their creative projects.

Freepik tracks and locates free graphic content on the Internet and it displays the results in an orderly layout for easy access. Freepik makes it easier for you to find the files you need without manually searching dozens of websites.

How does it work?

Freepik Robots visit hundreds of web sites searching for free graphic resources, they read the contents of these sites and they select them if useful. An algorithm determines the content’s value and it ranks the results according to quality and relevance criteria. This is why you find the very best inspiration for you projects.

Why is it free?

The hard work at Freepik is not done by people. The Robots searching the Internet keep the database updated with the latest content.

Freepik’s goal is to become one of the most important sources of graphics related free content and an essential tool for designers. Once the user has found the needed files, he or she is redirected to the sites hosting the original files, making sure the host is benefited.

Now, let us try what Freepik Robot selected for us when we search for “business card”

Amazing search result, that’s what we get…

Isn’t amazing? So stop hopping from one website to another just settle yourself with Freepik.

Mars Cureg

Web designer by profession, photography hobbyist, T-shirt lover, design blog founder, gamer. Socially and physically awkward, lack of social skills, struggles to communicate with anyone who doesn't have a keyboard. Willing to walk to get to the promised land. Photo and video freelancer, SEO. Check out more on my Google+

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1 Response

  1. Lane Lester says:

    I guess it's too much to ask of a robot, but it would be nice to know which images can be used without infringing on copyright.

    The main reason the site is free is it is loaded with ads and links to commercial graphics.