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Stock image site launches design tutorial service

Leading stock image (opens in new tab) provider Shutterstock (opens in new tab) has introduced a new online marketplace for learning, Skillfeed (opens in new tab), with 10,000 video tutorials from more than 100 instructors aimed at helping digital professionals improve their skills.

Through a range of subscription plans, Skillfeed offers two types of training. The first provides comprehensive courses designed to develop in-depth professional skills and features, such as Wordpress Fundamentals or Adobe InDesign. Videos are 20 minutes or longer.

The second option, dubbed "skill snacks", offers a range of short videos designers can watch in their lunch breaks to pick up new tips and techniques on a range of topics, from InDesign to SEO.

To celebrate the launch, Skillfeed is currently offering users a free one-week trial (opens in new tab). After that, subscriptions for unlimited video access start at $19 per month.

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