5 Necessary Websites and Tools That Every Web Designer Should Know

1. Unsplash (for images)

One of the big headaches you can get as a designer is finding quality demo content to use in designs. Sure you can use the watermarked low-quality images from stock sites such as Shutterstock and iStock, but they won’t look great, and will only take away from your design work.

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Fighting the tide is never a solution

As a designer, it’s hard enough to convince yourself it’s worth both the investment of time and cost in changing to a new piece of software, incorporating systemic change to your processes seems a daunting if not overwhelming task that recalls the old adage ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ But to convince an entire workforce to take a bold new direction in how they run the design department, re-structure all your existing processes from initial mockups, prototyping and production handover?