You’ll find useful resources on this page that will help you create whatever you would like to create. It doesn’t matter if you’re a web designer or a sculptor we will add great sites and links that we think will help you create whatever you want. Leave a comment if you have a suggestion for a site?
Photo & Video Stock:
I’ve only used this site a few times, but when I needed great, quality, high resolution images, it is probably one of the best.From their site, “Find your perfect free image or video to download and use for anything. ✓ Free for commercial use ✓ No attribution required ✓ High quality images.”
I use this site for my video work. They have some great video stock. Pexels provides high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Pexels license. All photos are nicely tagged, searchable and also easy to discover through our discover pages.
Although much of the stock has copyright restrictions, a large portion is free to use. This is a great site!Find material in the Library’s collections of books, periodicals, manuscripts, maps, music, recordings, images, and electronic resources. Search by keyword or browse for authors/creators, subjects, names/titles, uniform titles, and call numbers.
This is my goto site for inspiration and ideas about adding interactivity to the sites I design. In other words, I can’t say enough good things about CoDrops. From their description:Codrops is a web design and development blog that publishes articles and tutorials about the latest web trends, techniques and new possibilities.
From his YouTube page, “Here you’ll find “quality” Adobe After Effects tutorials. And by quality I mean “things I would have found useful when I was starting out in motion graphics”. I’ve been using After Effects since 1995, which is longer than the average YouTube viewer has been alive“
This is one of my favorites, I’ve been a fan for over 10 years and I enjoy their videos just to watch Ryan and his group. From their YouTube page, “Film Riot is a how-to trip through filmmaking from the hyper-active mind of Ryan Connolly. From how to make great effects to following Triune Films through production, Film Riot explores the art of filmmaking in a way you’ve never seen.“