Logoitech; a graphic design agency strives not only in client service but also in educating aspiring graphic designers. Therefore, after carefully scrutinizing several online platforms it has come up with a list of top 7 websites / resources / platforms where designers can showcase their talent and boost their earnings.
These websites are based upon Logoitech’s personal observation / evaluation based upon several factors such as usability, user experience, traffic, revenue generation, online money making opportunity and etc.
Graphic Designers can sell their design assets on these 7 short listed platforms and make income to boost themselves financially.
Here are the top 7 websites.
1. Creative Market
A favourite among graphic designers, Creative Market is a brilliant place to sell your designs online. Whatever it is you’re creating – graphics, fonts, photos, even 3D assets – get it online at Creative Market and in front of its thousands of daily visitors. There’s no exclusivity lock-in, you set your own prices and take home 70 per cent of each sale. Open a Creative Market shop here.
2. Designs Cuts
Design Cuts is a community website offering high quality assets to graphic designers at affordable and discounted prices. Patterns, brushes, backgrounds, fonts, graphics and other slick assets abound. “We’re very exclusive and work with only the best designers in the world, curating the highest quality marketplace around,” it told us. To be featured on the site, Design Cuts says to get in touch via its Contact page.
Open to the community of artists and graphic designers globally, Threadless gives you the opportunity to submit your designs to a public vote. If you get enough votes from the community you’ll get the chance to make money through the site’s online production and promotion of your products. It’s definitely a site to look into if you have designs hidden away, if you want exposure and great networking. Look into selling with Threadless here.
Zazzle is an online marketplace that lets you sell your designs on hundreds of products. It’s free and easy to create an online store on Zazzle, and its powerful tools make it possible to sell your art on T-shirts, stamps, posters, mugs, business cards, skateboards, calendars, tote bags, hats, and more. Sell your designs with Zazzle here
INPRNT is a moderated gallery with a three part submission process. First, sign up for an INPRNT account and submit three of your best pieces for review. That submission is then voted on by artists already on the site. Once the submission is approved, the new member’s account is automatically upgraded to an artist account and you can upload work to your gallery for sale straight through the site. Apply for an INPRNT site here.
6. My Fonts
MyFonts is one of our go-to sources of new and exciting fonts here at CreativeBloq, and you can be featured on it! Your type designs could reach a broader (paying) audience by being featured in one of the site’s bundles, as well as its collections filtered by descriptive keywords. Find out how to sell your typefaces through MyFonts here.
7. Society 6
Society 6 is another online platform for creatives to sell design work, focusing on “affordable art prints, iPhone cases and T-shirts”. It’s free to set up, and the products are produced made, shipped, and managed for you – leaving you with only the designing to do. With the site only taking a small percentage of what you sell back, this is a great place for designers and creatives looking to get their work featured onto a vast range of products. Find out how to sell on Society 6