A Great Deal on the Ultimate Design Library

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Inky Deals is offering two mega design bundles for an extremely discounted price. The New Design Library is just $59 and includes $5,060 worth of assets. Included in the bundle are textures, vector illustrations—including vector bundles of themed illustrations and infographic templates—Photoshop actions and brushes, fonts and UI kits. And for the killer collection, you can get their Ultimate Design Library for an amazing $99. This massive collection—with $25,088 worth of resources—includes the New Design Library, plus more add-ons, brushes, and illustrations, as well as tutorials and resources for both print and web.

The assets and resources all come with an extended warranty, allowing them to be used in unlimited projects, both personal and commercial. The download for the pack is quite hefty, weighing in at 38GB, spread across 42 separate ZIP files. A downloadable search catalog is included, though it is basically a PDF listing which files are contained in which ZIP files. A visual directory might have been more useful, and easily created as there are already sample graphics of each item available on the website.

This Inky deal is only good for a few more days, so as the old TV saying goes, "Don't delay, order today!" For a chance to win a copy, head over to Betype and reblog their entry.

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