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Inky Deals Review

Inky Deals are a company who release daily offers in the form of technology bundles, collecting together a variety of software from different companies and dramatically reducing the price. At the time of writing, a bundle worth almost $15,000 was being sold for a ridiculous $49. This sounds like a great idea! How can they afford it, though? They commonly offer discounts as high as 99% off retail value. Since the technology is digital, they could actually sell it for nothing and not lose out, as long as they’re covering their hosting costs, etc. They include digital art tools such as fonts, Photoshop add-ons and vector illustrations.

They also have mini bundles which are free of charge, reduced from hundreds of dollars. This is a ridiculous offer; I’m not sure why I didn’t know about it, maybe people don’t scream these kinds of discounts from the rooftops like they should do. All of these products on offer would be of use to a graphic designer in a really big way. There is a current deal offering 2000 royalty free stock images for $27, with their real value being over $1000.

They also offer a helpful coupon section, for money off buying graphics online from distinguished vendors like Designious and Themify (as much as I don’t like their themes, they’re 20% off right now). These kinds of deals would attract anyone who has their head screwed on properly and their brain in-tact. Inky is run out of a design studio, which presumably doubles up as a discount-deals house by night. They set out to give budding designers a chance by providing them with quality materials to work with. A very noble thing to be doing, especially when they would normally have to pay an extortionate $15,000. Which budding designer has that sort of money just knocking about? If you could just blow that on a pack of vectors, you wouldn’t need to be a graphic designer.

Inky is worth checking out every so often; maybe the offer of cheap yet high quality graphics is enough to even make you want to start doing graphic design? It nearly did that to me.

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