They have a vast collection of FREE objects image with TRANSPARENT background! Somebody has done all the dirty work for us! I was so excited when I found this website. The website is not the slickest website there is, there are a lot of ads. However, the value is incomparable.
What for? I find this useful when developing food courses or courses that would introduce a variety of products.
Unsplash is pretty much every digital designer’s bible in this past few years. You get FREE professional-quality images for your design mockups. If you dig deeper, you can also find photos that worth displaying in your final delivery.
What for? I use Unsplash photos for managers guide or students handbook cover design.
Rawpixel has a wide range collection of business images, health-related images, diverse people photos, and many templates and vectors. You get some FREE ones and Premium ones, and I purchase the license because I find they are very valuable.
What for? I use it for course cover images and sometimes images for the e-learning content.
Freepik is my favourite resource platform so far. I am subscribed to the premium account. It allows me access to continuously updated photos, templates, icons and illustration. It definitely is the most comprehensive platform among others.
What for? I use their resources for most of my projects, icons, content images or cover image, you name it.
This is my latest gem. They have a free collection of flat illustrations that follows the current trend. I think because they are new, there is still limited number of illustrations. But definitely still worth checking out.
What for? I use it for my interface and course design. Basically, anything that needs some spice!
I love these 5 websites and I always try to credit them. Like the image on the header is an illustration from Freepik. I hope these links are useful for you :)