NEW YORK, NY – 19 July, 2016 – Morguefile.com has undergone a major website redesign. After 20 years as a member of the exclusive club of well-established, trusted brands that defined the internet, we are once again an innovation leader starting with a new game challenge for our users.
A Great Reason for Creatives to Love Morguefile
We have launched an exciting, new digital engagement that helps industry creatives and rewards our users at the same time. Quest challenges our registered amateur and professional photographers to capture the best photograph for a given assignment. Each day, Morguefile allows creatives to submit a new task that tests our users’ photography skills putting them head-to-head with their registered peers. These are real world assignments from creatives that follows Morguefile’s long established core concept: for creatives, by creatives. Photographers who garner the most likes win. Creatives get real-world, royalty-free photos for comp usage.
Redesigned With Improved Functionality
Morguefile listened intensely to its customers for insights that really matter. The most resounding suggestion was clear: Morguefile required improved mobile functionality with a stronger focus on design.
To deliver the best mobile experience possible, the redesign of the Morguefile website presents photos to users seamlessly, no matter the screen size. Brilliant, vibrant, creatives truly get proper exposure. With Morguefile”s existing archive of 350,000 free images, comparative stock photo marketplace, and the tools to exchange image with quest, morguefile has created a unique and effective resource for creatives in search of images.
Morguefile has also introduced monthly image packs, where every month, 30 curated images from the Morguefile archive are collected and delivered by email for subscribed users.
Paid subscription users of Morguefile (a mere $25 annually) still enjoy the features they’ve come to love but in addition receive a new layer of enhancements. Pro users have a much more versatile Morguefile experience, free of ads, access to past image packs and a their download history. Pro users also enjoy the ability to filter and edit images and organize their bookmarked images into like-boxes.
There’s no end in sight for the Morguefile story. The company continues to innovate and strives to help photographers create content that reflects their fullest potential.
Morguefile is a free photo archive “for creatives, by creatives.” Founded by Michael Connors in the early Internet days of 1996, the site was created to serve as a free image exchange for creative professionals and teachers to use in their work. This same mission remains true today: we are a community-based free photo site, and all photos found in the Morguefile archive are free for you to download and re-use in your work, be it commercial or not. The photos have been contributed by a wide range of creatives from around the world, ranging from amateur photo hobbyists to professionals.
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Company Name: Morguefile.com
Contact Person: Michael Connors
Phone: (860) 800-3109
Country: United States