If we manage a dozen of websites or running a digital agency firm, we often spent hundreds of dollars on digital creative items to support our work. It could be stock images, graphics templates, stock videos, and website templates. That’s fine because that’s what supposed to do.
On this article, we try to reveal tricks on how to save hundreds of dollars spent on purchasing website templates and other digital creative assets. So what’s the trick?
Envato Elements is the trick, why?
Envato Elements is a sibling of Themeforest (Envato Market), the most popular website template marketplace on the net. But Envato Elements works in a different way, it’s based on subscription based model. We subscribe to their service ( at $33/month + local tax on a monthly subscription-based or $16,5/month + local tax billed yearly ), and access all of their awesome website templates inventory.
Sounds interesting, how about the license?
Excellent question, that’s was my question too. On Envato elements, we can get unlimited download for multiple clients, in other words as long as we subscribe, we can download as many as we need. As stated from their web page, it says:
It’s not just web templates
Envato Elements has a million of digital inventory, including web templates and as a bonus, you can get access to courses and ebooks from Tutsplus.
Here is the full list of what we will get if we subscribe to Envato Elements
- Graphic & presentation templates
- WordPress themes & plugins
- Stock photos
- Design assets, fonts, 3D & add-ons
- Video templates & Stock video
- Music tracks & sound effects
- Courses & eBooks from Tuts+
That’s all folks. Get full access premium fonts, premium WordPress themes, stock videos & photos just with one subscription