99designs, the world's largest online graphic design marketplace, has announced an integration with Adobe Stock that gives designers on its platform the ability to easily and seamlessly access the Adobe Stock library of stock images and integrate them into customer designs.
Bringing Adobe Stock into the 99designs platform alleviates a major pain point for designers who no longer have to guide customers through complexities regarding usage restrictions, ownership rights, file transfers and other issues that can be involved in finding and buying photos from other outside vendors.
"Our vision at 99designs is to be the most trusted platform for designers to find and do work," explains 99designs CEO Patrick Llewellyn. "That means finding ways to help freelance designers focus on design and taking care of the rest - from facilitating payment to file management and feedback to inputs like image sourcing and ownership. This collaboration is a great step in that direction."About 99designs
99designs is the world’s largest on-demand design marketplace, connecting a global community of freelance designers with businesses of all sizes to complete their design needs. Created by designers for designers, 99designs began with a group of designers who were competing together to create the best designs. In 2008, that friendly competition grew into a unique design marketplace that has now become the world leader in online graphic design. 99designs is changing the lives of designers around the world by providing them with an opportunity to access customers globally, to earn income, and to build their portfolios. 99designs has operations in the USA, Australia and Germany.