Ouch!

Free illustrations for better UX

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#2 Product of the WeekDecember 19, 2018
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Ouch! helps creators who don’t draw overcome the lack of quality graphics. Download free illustrations from top Dribbble artists to class up your product.

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  • Marina Yalanska
    Marina YalanskaTech/design blogger. CMO/Writer at Tubik
    Pros: 

    Variety of styles, cool characters

    Cons: 

    hope for even more abstract graphics

    This stuff is really cool for those who don't have skills or much money but still want to make their content beautiful and trendy. Again, Icons8 makes another great gift for not only designers but also other creators like me. Keep rocking, guys!

    Marina Yalanska has used this product for one day.
  • Ezekiel Obtera
    Ezekiel ObteraUI Designer
    Pros: 

    Easiest way to get illustrations for projects

    Cons: 

    Library supports typical required scenes, but you might need more

    Very nice illustrations, trendy, and delightful. There may be times when your own project will still require specific graphics, but for the most part, this library should be enough for most typical usage.

    Ezekiel Obtera has used this product for one day.

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Ivan
IvanMaker@visualpharm · Founder of Icons8
Creators who don’t draw face the problem of the boring content: *App screens *Articles *Landing pages *Emails We have paid the top Dribbble artists (so you don’t have to). The result is the illustrations in 14 styles for 23 typical UX screens: *Success *List is empty *Message sent *Error *Subscribed/unsubscribed, etc. Download free for a link. The result is the trendy design on par with top design teams.
Achuth Hadnoor
Achuth Hadnoor@achuthhadnoor · On my journey to be an indie developer
@visualpharm i really like the idea behind this project and the illustrations are awesome ❤️ but i think search is broken i just wanted you to know 😉 .
Sergio Nazarov
Sergio NazarovMaker@orangat
@achuthhadnoor Ouch, thanks! Already fixed! 😉
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
Damn, these look so good. Why are the original artists not credited though? Would like to follow them on Dribbble.
Ivan
IvanMaker@visualpharm · Founder of Icons8
@anna_0x Vielen Dank! Will do. Meantime, we publish them here https://dribbble.com/icons8 (let's follow each other!). If it's posted from Icons8, there's a credit in the description with a link to the Dribbble profile.
Ivan
IvanMaker@visualpharm · Founder of Icons8
@anna_0x PS are these our icons at https://annafilou.com? I like how you matched the colors.
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@visualpharm haha yes they are, you can see I credited you in the footer ;) It was a relatively quick project, currently redesigning it, making some custom illustrations and stuff, think I’ll still use icons8 for the icons though. I didn’t realize you guys are on Dribbble, following now!
Shu Buznik
Shu Buznik@beshur · Web-developer
This is great!
Ivan
IvanMaker@visualpharm · Founder of Icons8
@beshur thanks, mate. PS This profile pic kicks some serious photography ass
Shu Buznik
Shu Buznik@beshur · Web-developer
@visualpharm, heh, thanks! :D
Valeri Potchekailov
Valeri PotchekailovPro@valeripotchekailov · I design stuff. Founder @ StoryChief.io
wow, that's awesome. Exactly what we need to speed up our process on creating cover pics for blogs!
Ivan
IvanMaker@visualpharm · Founder of Icons8
@valeripotchekailov thanks, mate. I see you guys take design serious based on https://storychief.io/brand-guid...
Valeri Potchekailov
Valeri PotchekailovPro@valeripotchekailov · I design stuff. Founder @ StoryChief.io
@visualpharm design first approach pays off a lot indeed!
Carlos Cárdenas
Carlos Cárdenas@carloscardenas4
Sooo many nice illustrations
Nastya Grebneva
Nastya Grebneva@nastya_grebneva · Community manager
@carloscardenas4 thank you, and more to come! Maybe some will fit your upcoming tool ;)