• Cody Gallner, over 4 years ago

    Mine: 1. Fonts 2. Stock photos 3. Mockups 4. Icons 5. Photoshop presets

    2 points
  • Duncan RussellDuncan Russell, over 4 years ago

    Fonts for me. I never download templates or UI kits (isn't it our job to design these, not buy them?). Very occasionally icons, although I'll almost always draw my own either way.

    2 points
  • Dan MazigDan Mazig, over 4 years ago
    1. Stock Photos 2. Icons 3. Mockups 4. Fonts 5. UI Kits
    1 point
  • Petr VlkPetr Vlk, over 4 years ago

    Also never downloaded/used UI kit or any other "ready to use" design template.

    I have bought quite a few icon libraries and use them very frequently, same for fonts - but tend to get these in discounted bundles (ie. designcuts.com).

    1 point
  • Manny Larios, over 4 years ago

    Personal Projects: fonts and icons.

    Nine to Five: It's difficult to go around downloading assets that will continuously change from review to review. There's already a brand identity with typefaces, color palettes, iconography, etc. pre-determined. As far as UI kits and elements, I take a look at whats out there and take inspiration, but everything is made from the ground up. I thoroughly enjoy wireframing, so I don't mind creating those from the ground up as well, though I'm sure theres some great free assets out there.

    1 point
  • Robin StickelRobin Stickel, over 4 years ago


    Oh god, my PM wants me to mockup every project we finish. And that's about 5 or 6 mockups a weeks. Please have mercy.

    1 point
  • Jenelle Miller, over 4 years ago

    I download icons and fonts the most. As for UI and templates, I mainly use them as inspiration.

    0 points