If you work in design, development or even print you’ve probably heard about a Bundle deal or a dozen. So what is so great about Bundles? The Bundle effect I first fell in love with was MacHeist, you got a ton of really awesome apps for one low price! In my mind they were really the trendsetter in this market but a ton of really awesome deals have been popping up the past few years. I know, I really didn’t mention what was so great about them, in short they help smaller shops and indie developers get their apps out there in front of a much wider audience. This helps them pocket some cash for their hard work and efforts while the Bundle purchaser gets an awesome app at a tremendous discount!
Over the past few years I’ve found myself buying bundles and then finding a use for them over time, today I was approached by InkyDeals and asked if I’d check out their bundle and write my thoughts on it. So here we go!
First off I downloaded the files and began extracting, ended up with about 5.4Gb of files ranging from vector illustrations, UI elements, patterns and more. Then I sat back and started sorting through the files and I see a lot of design potential. Now I’m more of a developer than a designer but I’ve been known to dabble from time to time. I would have to say that this bundle has a little bit of something for everyone! Whether you’re wanting some sick skulls and steely textures for some Metal Rock type designs, or some Cherry Blossoms and Koi for that just right chill out Asian vibe or hell maybe you just want to create some awesome swoopy Apple style backgrounds (think Panther or Tiger era) or give it a little bokeh you’re in luck! This bundle has all of that and more!
Head on over to InkyDeals and download a free sample to check out the quality! If you act quickly you can snag a 15% discount by inserting “NKYB15” in the Coupon field before checkout! I would suggest this to any creative who needs a little more ammo in their digital arsenal from time to time! Act fast, this deal ends in a little over 3 days!
Sidenote: as my digital collection has grown bigger and bigger over the years I’m going to have to find a decent way to catalog and search for assets soon, have any suggestions?