The story of the bundles design with a happy ending. Once, for our permanent customer, for whom we usually make promotional video clips, we urgently needed to make a set for promo on social networks. Well, you know, all these Instagram stories, Facebook posts and other YouTube thumbnails. It's not that we didn't want to do it all, to be honest - we're not so good designers. Video editing - it is, of course, at any moment of the day and night, but the design is somehow not so much. By the way, about the night. Persistent request from the client came neatly in the evening, when we were already in the bar, and the result was needed for the morning. Well, when have things been any other way? And then Jimmy dawned on, "let's take the templates and quickly remake them for the customer". No sooner said than done, right in the bar, we google a cheap bundles design... or something like that. Opened some websites and on MasterBundles found just what we need. Bought it in a few clicks, remade it and sent it to the customer. Bottom line, we saved... no, not like this. We earned (!) $560 on the project and now we provide services to create designs for social networks 🙂 That's the story. Thank you, guys!
You have to know, if you are designer, marketer or web-developer, congrats – you are home! Just look around, how many bundles for different tasks and needs. Only for 9$ you can become owner of cool icons, textures, fonts, photos or themes. Don’t just stand by the sidelines, join MasterBundles family.
"My experience with MB has been absolutely top notch. Raul and Joel are a pleasure to work with. They’re professional, communicative, responsive, and open to my input about how my deals are put together, pricing, and content. In addition, MB has proven to be a powerful selling platform offering great promotional opportunities and a huge audience. I’m very happy to be partnered with such an outstanding vendor."
My name is Arthur, I’m author of resume templates. A month ago, when I’ve added my products to the site, I’ve managed to earn 3450$ and buy new car! It was the happiest moment of my life. Masterbundles – you are the best!
hi guys thank you! you saved me more than 1000$. i’ve added site in the bookmarks, signed for email. i don’t want to miss any of your sales. tnx for doing this to us!
Design Bundles is what I need for work every day. A wealth of tasks from customers sometimes can just drive me crazy. Everyone needs fast and cheap. It’s cool that I always have MasterBundles site in my bookmarks and on this site there is plenty more to choose from. Design Bundles collected on the main page or divided into main categories allow you to choose exactly what you need without wasting time and buy as quickly as possible, until the time on the timer equals zero. There is everything the young or experienced designer needs in order to carry out his works faster and much more qualitative. I’m grateful to all managers of the MasterBundles project who select the best from hundreds of thousands design bundles and get the lowest prices for them. Thank you so much from the entire design community. Keep it up, more design bundles, fonts, pictures, photos, graphic elements, good and different!
I’ve audited Masterbundels projects and really impressed by its design bundles variations where it covers almost everything, from a pack of icons, gui kit to advanced brushes tools for your design software. This is obviously a solid platform for a designer/artist to start their design career.
I think MasterBundles could be a really nice start for the young designers
That is amazing. MasterBundles is a great service for all creatives to save time.
It’s another way to sell your works, so it’s not bad, I suppose. So more the better.
My impression of MasterBundles is good. It’s convenient that in the blog, for buyers there are selections on current topics. It saves time.
As far as I understand, the emphasis here is on sales of large products with many elements. It is better to come to such sites having in your luggage a stock of old works, sales of which can be refreshed. I think this option is more suitable for more advanced designers than for beginners.
I feel that there is value in having some of the basics of the work done like templates or effects, it works for certain projects not everything needs to be done from scratch.
The project is helpful for entry level graphic designers giving them the chance to acquire libraries of design elements at a discounted price. As long as the quality of the products is evaluated by experts and the participating designers are satisfyingly compensated for what they offer it is a model that makes sense in pure market terms.
I was not familiar with MasterBundles, but it would be good to learn more about it.
I had not heard of them before being contacted for the interview, but I’m always excited about getting good deals on design assets and finding new marketplaces in which to sell my work.
I hadn't heard about MasterBundles until now, but it seems like a great resource for designers to source fonts, stock images, and other design elements at a reasonable price.
I never heard of MasterBundles before, but it looks like a very good idea. Especially for the new designers that have a hard time in connecting with paying clients, but not only for them. I applaud any platform that connects the creatives with the customers, helping the designers with the hardest part of their job: marketing.
I hadn’t heard of MasterBundles before. I believe that as long as the value of the hard work that goes into fonts, photos, and illustrations is reflected in the pricing, bringing together a collection of related assets can be a great way for designers to build a toolbox to draw from in their own work.
I have not heard of MasterBundles before. I used to participate in Bundles, they were an easy and fast way to make money, until I realized that offering my hard work for pennies reduces the value of that work to pennies, and it doesn’t reflect well on all the time put in. I find that a bundle should instead be ONLY a couple fonts from different typeface families to create a collection of types, allowing people that want an entire typeface to still pay for it.