Scale across mobile to cinema screens with SVG
80% of the presentations shared with customers are viewed on mobile devices. On the other hand, live presentations (either online or in-person) involves use of a larger, higher resolution screen. Raster graphics images in JPG, GIF, and PNG format have a limited number of pixels do not scale very well across a wide range of display resolution. SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics content is represented as mathematical formulas to describe shapes, text and images. This makes SVG resolution independent.
SVGs are ideal for logos, icons, illustrations, and infographics. SVGs are underutilized in most presentations even though they have been around for a long time.
Here are a few reasons why you should consider using SVG content in your presentations:
- SVG content can scale infinitely in size without loss of quality
- Icons and illustrations designed in SVG format can be easily animated
- Compared to raster image files, SVG files are significantly smaller
- They are easy to edit using simple text editor
We surveyed lots of websites that offer free SVG and were pleasantly surprised by the quantity and quality of the content available.
The sites are ranked by the criteria described below but do try them all out. You never know which one works best for you.
SVG Ranking Criteria
- How many files are available on the website?
- Is the content on the site free to download? Do they require licensing or royalty payments for sharing or publishing the content?
- How intuitive is the user interface for search, preview and download?
Go ahead and build engaging presentations with these free SVGs!
unDraw is a very impressive website for free illustrations as you get copyright-free SVG files and you can edit, customize, and stitch together multiple illustrations for a custom design as per your requirements
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Pixabay offers a collection of SVG that are of premium quality (some aren’t free, so just make sure you pick the free ones).
3. Open Doodles
Open Doodles is a collection of hand-drawn vector illustrations. You can copy, edit and customize these images for personal or commercial use.
Vectorportal offers premium quality illustrations. Their amazing collection of free vector patterns is complemented by their collection of small, sticker-like photos, which may prove very useful if you need to create a presentation or design in very less time.
Flaticon offers a collection of vector images in various formats. Flaticon’s images are free to use as long as you include attribution.
ICONMNSTR offers easy and customizable SVG that are free
7. Dry Icons
Dry Icons offers a large collection of icons based on various themes
8. Graphic Burger
Graphic Burger offers a large collection of free downloadable icons
Previously, we surveyed sites that provide free download and distribution of photos, videos and illustrations. Combine videos, photos, illustrations and infographics to make your presentations engaging.
One more thing about SVG!
Our social media team continues to curate free SVGs with themes relevant to corporate B2B sales presentation on our Pinterest page. Pins are organized by concepts such as Workspace, Trust, Partnership, etc.
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