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Do you use stock icons/illustrations or create a budget...
Do you use stock icons/illustrations or create a budget for brand new ones when you start a project?
Co-founder at Qinaps.com
I recently started creating my own icons while sometimes downloading from the list of free icons .. while being bootstrapped we are always tight on budget
Dibya Prakash Sahoo
Simplifying marketing for the next-gen
For icons, I prefer going with flaticon. However for illustrations I prefer creating a new one explaining some of the important product stories.
web engineer and designer
I go the route of using stock icons. If I had the skills to design quality icons myself I'd do so, if it was a valuable use of my time.
A digital wallet & 1-click checkout
Stock to start, here are our go-tos:
su kaygun sayran
Digital Marketer - Podcaster - Writer
Stock icons or using whatever Canva allows me to use at the start. If I know things are getting serious, I call my designer friends and get it done properly.
CRO Manager @ Lucky Orange 🍊
Early on, we used Fiverr artists for some graphics but mostly turned to stick icons/illustrations. We now budget for custom icons and illustrations that are on brand and unique to us. Best decision we ever made.