When you are building a website or landing page, and the images you want aren’t ready yet, you can use dummy images as placeholders. This will help you to see how the content will look when it’s formatted on your page.
This tool is FREE to use, and will help you to quickly, and easily create dummy images for your designs, so that you can keep your project moving forward.
You can create a dummy image with one block of color or use the Stock Image tab and choose an image of either people, food, or a landscape.
Dummy Image Placeholder Generator is an online tool that allows users to create placeholder images of a specific size and color.
It is useful for testing the layout of a website or design, demonstrating how an image will look in a specific location, or filling in for an image that is not yet available. The generated image can be used as a placeholder until the actual image is available.
Users can input the size, background color, foreground color, image format, and any additional text to create the image. The generated image can be downloaded or integrated directly into the website using the generated link. Some examples of dummy image placeholder generators include Dynamic Dummy Image Generator and PickaDummy.com
It’s really simple! Here’s how:
Select the size, format, and image color/type. You can also select a text color and add text to your image
The Dummy Image Generator will then create your image. You can click on the image to view its true dimensions
Once you are happy with how your image looks, click “Download Image” to save the image to your computer
Your image is now ready for you to upload to your website and use as a placeholder!
When you are designing a new site, often your text is ready before your images. With dummy images, you can place your content on a web page and use dummy images as placeholders until the actual images are available. That way, you don’t have to stop the design process. You can get dummy images in just about any size you need.
Yes it is. You can create and download as many dummy images as you need. These images are made to increase the realism of your design, but make sure to swap them in for real images before you go live!