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Sites for UI/UX developers to sell app and website templates.

    99% of us are not aware of all these sites for a side income.

    1. inkd

    Sell your InDesign, QuarkXPress, MS Word, Apple Pages, and Illustrator templates for a 20% fee.

    Those who practice great print design these days are the few and the proud. If you’re one of us, Inkd is a great new opportunity for your work.

    Like a stock photo agency, but for graphic design, we handle marketing, promotion, ordering and customer service. You provide great design in any style and form you like. Utilize leftover concepts or experiments, and make money while keeping in practice with trends and software. You get paid each and every time your designs sel.


    2. Template Cloud

    The marketplace lets you set your own price range and you earn a royalty from each sale. The service even allows end-users to customize your templates with an online tool.


    3. Shopify

    Shopify is a popular WordPress shopping cart module and they accept a limited number of themes from creators. After their strict theme review process, commissions are based on the level of post-sale support the creator will provide.


    4. Creative Market

    Set your own prices, avoid any product review process, keep 70% of sales, and enjoy non-exclusivity and the ability to instantly updates products as needed.


    5. Theme Planet

    The marketplace include HTML5 Website templates as well as a wide variety of themes for the likes of WordPress, Magento, Shopify and others.
    Anyone can create a store on ThemePlanet and put their themes or templates for sell.

    6. WrapBootStrap

    This is the largest marketplace for Bootstrap templates and themes.

    7. ScriptEden

    9. Theme Forest

    Your cut depends on whether or not a design is exclusive to ThemeForest: for non-exclusive themes you will receive 25% of every sale.
    For exclusive themes, you will receive between 35% and 50% moving upward as you sell more themes.

    10. templamatic

    The site offers web designers 65% of all sales.
    Templamatic accepts a variety of templates, including WordPress, Drupal and Joomla.
    It has word press themes and plugins.