Save yourself hours of work with this treasure chest of design resources
December 11, 2012
MediaLoot is the Ultimate Designer's Toolbox including web/app themes, vectors, icons, and tons more
If only I had a nickel for every time I heard “Sumo Anton, please bring back this deal. I missed out last time you had it!” — I’d probably be eating tacos covered with gold hot sauce.
Well, today I’m doing something special for you.
I’m bringing back one of the most popular and best-rated deals we’ve ever had on AppSumo, one year of MediaLoot’s Elite Membership.
MediaLoot is an oasis for designers because you can browse through their huge collection and snag ANYTHING you see.
Here’s just some of the things you can steal from MediaLoot:
- Full theme sets (iOS apps, admin panels, WordPress, and more)
- Web and UI design elements (buttons, layouts, ribbons, login boxes, sliders, etc...)
- Icon sets galore
- PSD Brushes
- Print Packs (Including brochures, stationary, biz cards etc...)
- Vector objects
- An unbelievable texture collection
Not only that, but every download is already layered, organized and comes with instructions and source files.
Take a quick look at how beautiful their stuff is:
With the MediaLoot Elite membership, you get:
- 35 downloads every month (that's 420 a year!)
- Royalty-free licenses
- To keep the resources forever!
Here's what one happy sumo-ling said last time we ran this deal:
With Media Loot, I feel like a pirate who's found his treasure chest.
Enjoying every bit of it and worth every penny. A mecca of great resources. Everytime I log into my account its like opening a new present.
Okay, so regularly, a year of MediaLoot Elite Membership is $288.
BUT, because I want all my designers in the house (HOLLA!) to be as happy as possible, I was able to cut down your price to $79 (that’s more than 70% off!).
So if you missed out on this deal the first time around, you better snatch it up, because it’s not coming back anytime soon.
— Anton, your Biz-Dev Sumo
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