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Envato, the Australian company that runs the world’s largest online market for digital goods, recently launched a new service for designers. Envato Elements provides a library of graphics resources for use in creative projects for a small monthly fee. The service is targeted towards agencies and designers who need digital assets on a frequent or high-volume basis.
The library of resources currently contains over five thousand items, most (all?) of which seem to be sourced from the existing Envato Market. The collection contains items useful to a wide range of design projects, including icons, logos, graphics, backgrounds, fonts, photoshop brushes, PSD templates, and much, much more.
Envato have also put considerable effort into ensuring all items have liberal licensing policies and the authors are fairly compensated for their work. From the about page.
One Simple Commercial License For All Content
We want to make it easy for you to do the right thing. That’s why we came up with one license that gives you broad commercial rights, and applies to everything. So you can use items with confidence in all your projects.
A Fairer Approach To Revenue Share
As a company, Envato believes that when the community succeeds, we succeed. We’re proud to be providing a way for independent designers to earn a living doing what they love. For Envato Elements, we’re sharing 50% of net revenue and pioneering the use of subscriber share.