There’s no denying that the web is full of digital freebies. Over the past 10 years, we’ve seen more PSDs, icons, and typefaces flood the web under creative commons licenses.
How do you sift through the noise and find exactly what you’re looking for? Google can help, but Freebie Supply is even better.
This online gallery curates the latest and greatest free design resources from around the web. It’s a huge asset to designers and anyone looking to speed up their creative workflow.
You can search the site directly looking for whatever you need in whatever style you want. Or you can search by category browsing through PSDs, Sketch files, fonts and even Adobe XD files.
The Freebie Supply website isn’t just about specific design freebies. This site really shines when you’re looking for freebies based on a specific design program. From Photoshop to Illustrator and Sketch, plus a few others, there’s a lot to search through.
Each freebie page includes a snapshot of the freebie along with its original creator.
Note this site is merely a curation resource so it doesn’t produce any freebies directly. Instead, it’s like a designer’s search engine to find awesome freebies from many different sources all over the web.
When you browse through a freebie page you’ll find the original creator, links to their site, and the main download link.
Some files are hosted directly on Freebie Supply while others are hosted externally. But either way, they’re all fully accessible and open to anyone. Just make sure you skim through each freebie’s license before using.