Easy to use and affordable for your campaigns
July 24, 2022

Easy to use and affordable for your campaigns

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Stock

We use Adobe Stock in combination with our own stock imagery in situations where our own images are not suitable, or there is a gap in content (where we need a particular type of image and we don't have one readily available in our own stock library). The images are used in marketing campaigns, internal promotions, and technology drives to illustrate our core values plus demonstrate how our products benefit our customers.
  • Thousands of images to choose from.
  • Easy to use filters to narrow down search.
  • Easy to use and navigate UI.
  • Reverse functionality: Currently you can expand keyword tags but not collapse them.
  • Add text to icon buttons: it's difficult to know what the icons represent as there is no hover text or tooltip.
  • Increase font size for small text: currently small text is not accessible for those who are visually impaired.
  • Large-scale library with thousands of images to choose from.
  • Easy pricing.
  • Easy to trial images with watermarks (download preview).
  • Reached more customers with inclusive imagery due to breadth of images.
  • Received positive feedback from staff when used internally for campaigns.
  • Gave staff more options in terms of images to choose from which impacted campaigns positively.

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Adobe Stock is fantastic for internal promotional campaigns where you need a certain image but your internal company library of images is lacking. It's also great for use on internal websites (intranet) for banners and other illustrative imagery. It would be less appropriate for large-scale, public-facing marketing campaigns depending on company policy.