Design Resources on a Budget, Part 2

As promised, here is Part 2, which includes the most comprehensive & easiest wordpress theme known to man, programs to easily remove backgrounds from photos, more cheap or free stock photo sites, styled desktop shots, easy social media graphics maker and much more. If you missed Part 1, here it is. Now check out Part 2...

Thrive Themes - Easiest & best wordpress theme known to man. Conversion focused WordPress themes and plugins to make your entire website convert more of your visitors into subscribers, customers & clients! Features include drag & drop visual editor, thorough tutorials, landing pages, new updates regularly. It's kind of amazing! It's what I've been using since I switched from Weebly 2 years ago. Thrive Themes saved my sanity when I was trying to build my own website. 

Relay That: Create a cohesive look on all social media marketing channels. Each layout adapts to each asset you update. Better than Canva for business. No technical experience required!

Adobe Spark: Web and mobile solution for creating and sharing visual stories. Easily create social media posts and graphics, web pages, and videos in minutes—no design or technical experience necessary. Online Printer featuring square business cards, super ultra luxe paper, premium business cards, postcards, stickers and more.

FotoFuse: Easily remove backgrounds from your photos

Styled Desktop Shots:

Feminine, nature inspired -

Beautiful images to attract your dream client -

Feminine, multi-faceted -

Cheap or Free Stock Photo Sites:

Hootesuite: Social Media Scheduling

Dropbox: a home for all your photos, docs, videos and files. Anything you add to Dropbox will automatically show up on all your computers, phones and even the website - so you can access your stuff from anywhere.

Teamwork: Online project management software that keeps track of timelines, schedules, deadlines, time tracker and more.

*Some of these are my affiliate links, but I was recommending them long before I became an affiliate. I only became an affiliate because I was like "Hey. I'm recommending the crap out of these resources. I should probably try to make a little extra pocket change from telling everyone I know how awesome they are!"