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Free Digital Resources
Transcript of Free Digital Resources
Silly name, simple concept.
Organize thoughts and ideas in a convenient to-do list format
Kinda like this!
Cheaper than Visio...because it's free.
Map web sites, web forms, database and work flow.
Not nearly as creepy as it sounds!
I think we can all agree that go to meeting is ridiculously expensive when you need to do just a few video conferences. If you don't mind some mild advertising, join.me does a great job, for free!
Occasionally everyone needs a little inspiration. For no cost.
Hanging out in your browser, being free.
You have a variety of resources for free, right inside your Chrome browser. Let's check out Mural.ly
For when you have no idea what's going on right now.
A little of everything for every level.
Web Design (there's a difference!
Illustrator and Vector design
Audio and Production
Adobe After Effects
Mac & OS X
Useful hints and tricks!
In depth tutorials for the pros!
by: Sally Lambert-Warfield
Mostly for intermediate to advanced learners, but with a great breadth and depth of resources.
Bring a retail brand to life:
Create a pop art vector graphic:
What's really great...
Each tutorial includes:
Fight the man, 'shop for free.
Hint! You're doing it right now.
Lots of Photoshop functionality.
Also available as a Chrome App. Plus, other Pixlr tools have useful functions as well.
Really great if you have a Mac.
Incredibly awkward, incredibly free.
How to make Infographics cheap & easy!
Lots of great examples and free download of your graphics.
Too late, I drank the Kool-Aid.
Add free functionality to your Adobe products.
Actions, brushes, templates.
I'd prefer my presentations not move quite so much, thanks.
No judgement. Here's some tools:
Google Slides (it's a Chrome App)
What about social media?
Coordinate your messaging!
For when your photos are snapped by Creative Services instead of your Smartphone.
Are you surprised? You shouldn't be!
Let's look at PicMonkey!
Not everyone here does it, but you could stand to know about it.
Surprise! It's a whole 'nother browser!
Let's look at Firebug!
Keeping track of color palettes:
A lot harder than it has to be.
The world of web fonts:
Not exactly entirely free (a free trial).
Let's look at Balsamiq Mockups!
Easy and free digital publication.
If you have a great print publication you want to make accessible online (for free) try Issuu.
Blog and website creation:
It doesn't have to be six figures.
Data, data, data:
Get that feedback.
Know your web constituency!
Know your social constituency!
Google Chrome Apps:
Build web forms, make surveys.
Why? Even less money than us.
Nonprofit Tech 2.0:
Join the online community:
Blogs and online mags are your friends.
See: the Create section for more info.