One of my favorite things about the training and speaking I do is all the great stuff I learn from the audience. There is nothing better than when people ask great questions prompting new thoughts and ideas or share new things. I truly believe that if you’re looking, you can find great ideas almost anywhere.
As part of the Elearning Guild’s recent Boosting Your Design Skills Spotlight online event, I shared my favorite places to find free design assets. You can browse the slides and grab a copy of the handout over here.
As always, the audience contributed a bunch of nice design resources during the session. Now that I’ve had a chance to go back and review the session, I’ve gathered all the additional resources that were shared via comments during the session.
Here they are. And a HUGE thank you to everyone who shared!
Michelle Bonkosky: For those of us that are doing a lot of science and lab ID, check out:
Jerry Dugan: Lots of military and history pics
Nicole Dettmar: Also great scientific photos
Joseph Vajda, Jr
Valerie Weagle: good tool for coming up with color pallettes:
- http://www.nattyware.com/pixie.php – Pixie (Color Picker)
How about you? Do you have any you’d like to share?
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Awesome post, really useful!
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