As well as the substance of your content, curating your visuals is really important when designing a Prezi. You’ll need choose quality images to impress.
While we use different stock resources for our clients’ projects (Shutterstock, Adobe stock and Graphic river on Envato market to mention a few), there are plenty of awesome quality online resources you can tap into, that will cost you close to nothing. Here are 5 of our personal favourites:
Fantastic collection of great photos, free to use on commercial projects without needing to attribute the author (although it’s always a good idea to do so!)
> Visit Pexels
Most photos on StockUp are Creative Commons 0 or are public domain. Stock Up aggregates photos from many different free stock photo websites though, so just check the terms of license for each photo as they will vary.
> Visit StockUp
A huge collection of resources, all uploaded by users and public sources… you’ll need to check licence information for each as they will vary depending on the author, but generally sums up as a straight forward credit.
> Visit All free download
Absolute go to for… you guessed it: icons. It will even give you the choice of downloading in vector format or png, choose the colour and size etc, so you can save yourself Photoshop time. The yearly license is very affordable, but you can also use them for free as long as you reference the site.
> Visit Flaticon
Awesome resource for photos but mostly for great quality vector images. Just like Flaticon, the yearly license is very affordable, but you can also use them for free as long as you reference the site.
> Visit Freepik