Open Doodles es una colección imperdible de ilustraciones a mano alzada vectorizadas. Podés copiarlas, editarlas o redibujarlas para uso personal o comercial. Bajá los archivos o jugá con el Generador para crear tus propios doodles.
En palabras de su creador Pablo Stanley:
Open Doodles is a set of free illustrations that embraces the idea of Open Design. You can copy, edit, remix, share or redraw these images for any purpose without restriction under copyright or database law (CC0 license.) I hope that this kind of resource makes it easier for designers to show the value of illustration in their mockups, or just add a bit of quirkiness to their products. Maybe this will encourage others to create their own kit and share it with the world. Some of these doodles are direct scans of sketches I drew on my notebook during downtime or meetings. Somehow, doodling while on conference calls help me focus.
Why Open? I believe in the idea of Open Design. That the knowledge behind our craft shouldn’t be kept behind gates but rather freely accessible to the world. By teaching and sharing our skills and best practices, we improve the community and increase the value of design. Openly sharing our work invites people to collaborate, tinker, learn from each other, and grow together.
If you want to go beyond what this collection can do, I encourage you to hire an illustrator to help you tell your story in a better way.
I list some resources on the about page: https://www.opendoodles.com/about
Go out and doodle!
Sin lugar a dudas, un recurso a tener a mano. Ojalá estas iniciativas incentiven más la colaboración y la idea del Open Design.