Today’s Deals are going free

We at Core Deals understand how hard it is to purchase tools or assets when you’re starting out. Or maybe you’re working on a project and you need an icon or an illustration to add to your design and you don’t have the time to create it, or just don’t know how to. To help alleviate some of these issues, we’re listing free assets and tools you can use, without paying hundreds of dollars or committing to a payment plan.

If you missed our last CoreDeals, check out the link to see if they’re still active.


Free Stock Photos

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Unsplash is a great stock photo site with images similar to shutterstock. They’re high quality, free to use images for your projects and you don’t have to sign up to download them either. While the site is free, it is very limited. You won’t find exact images, but if you’re starting your own blog or need mock images for your portfolio, this is an excellent site to start out on.


Free Stock Video

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Much like unsplash, pexels is a free stock video site that is very easy to download high quality video. Since they’re free, the site is very limited with odd video formats and resolutions, but if you need a quick video, this is a great site to check out first.

Flat Icon

Free stock icons

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This is a great icon repository. While you can’t use them for commercial use without attribution without subscribing, you can use them for personal projects, mocks, etc… They also have TONS of icons in multiple formats including, SVG, EPS, and PNG. Great deals and a great selection.


Free Stoc Vectors

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Much like Flat Icon, this site gives great high quality vectors for you to use on your personal projects. If you subscribe to the service, you can use the vectors, but for free, you have a lot of options.


Free Creative Content

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While the service itself is not free, you get free content every month. You do have to sign up, but the free content is excellent. From stock photos and music to wordpress templates and After Effect projects. Even with paid collateral, Envato usually runs great deals on them as well.

DaVinci Resolve

Free Video Editor

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DaVinci Resolve is one of those programs more and more video creators are moving to. One, because it’s cheaper than Premiere and two, it’s more reliable and easier to use than Final Cut and Premiere. They do have a paid version and the free version is a bit limiting but not by much.


Free Photoshop Alternative

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The Gimp is a very old freeware photo editing program. It’s also a monster, rivaling that of Photoshop. While it has a big learning curve, the variant Gimpshop is skinned to act like its paid counterpart.

Google Fonts

Free Fonts

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Google fonts is a huge library of free fonts. You can use them for personal, web and commercial projects.


Since 2000, I have collaborated with clients on brand identity, content creation, high-level executive presentations and photography for corporate profiles, lifestyle, architectural and real estate. I’ve freelanced for multiple high-profile, technology and enthusiasts news blogs, with expertise in brochure, presentation and infographic material for high-level pharmaceutical executives in addition to RFP, advertisements, web and social design for multiple construction firms. I have advised on marketing tactics for nonprofit organizations and collaborated with alternative healthcare and lifestyle coaches on social content creation.

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