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Resource Cards is a platform that provides curated collections of free resources for different design disciplines. It is a growing list of free resources aimed to help creative professionals with their next project. It covers various tools such as color palettes, typography, SEO, Marketing, design tools, website creation and design (Wordpress, Bootstrap, etc.)


Tool Categories

Fact checking
Writing/scripting/text creation/editing/proofing/transcription/subtitles and captions
Audio creation/editing/recording/podcasts/overdub/studio sound
Graphic/image design creation
Animated graphic/image design creation/social clip creation and templates
Photography – tools to take and edit.
Video – shoot/edit/record videos.
Publishing/social media
Advanced graphic/image design e.g., 3D, illustrations
Interactive tools/motion sensors/proximity detectors
Video game creation
360° photo/video creation
3D virtual reality
Mobile augmented reality
Smart augmented reality/AI voices
Mixed reality

What Makes Resource Cards a Great Storytelling Tool

Resource Cards is a great platform for young storytellers who want to go deeper in their work of designing and creating visual stories. It empowers them to tell captivating and visually compelling stories, amplifying their narratives and leaving a lasting impact on their audience.

Resource Cards provide access to a wide range of design resources, such as illustrations, icons, and color palettes. These visual elements can enhance storytelling by adding depth, visual interest, and creativity to the narratives. Young storytellers can utilize these resources to create visually appealing and engaging stories. It also simplifies the process of finding relevant design resources by curating collections in different categories. This makes it easier for young storytellers to discover and access appropriate visuals that align with the themes and moods of their stories.

Resource Cards also offer a diverse selection of design resources that can spark creativity and inspire young storytellers. By exploring different categories and resources, they can discover new ideas, styles, and visual approaches to storytelling. This exposure to varied resources encourages experimentation and innovative storytelling techniques.

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Example Use of Resource Cards

You can use Resource Cards in many cases, if you are looking for tools to help you enhance your visual story. For example, if you are looking for icons or pictures to support a text you have been writing and want to publish, Resource Cards can help you find the platform with the image or icon you are looking for. When you access Resource Cards, you can choose “Photography” or “Icons”. When you are in the “icons” category, you will access many suggestions such as the “Noun Project” which is the most diverse and extensive collection of iconography ever created.

Step by Step How to use Resource Cards

  1. Open a web browser and go to the URL provided:
  2. On the Resource Cards website, you will find different categories of design resources, such a photography, fonts, icons, photoshop, sketch, color schemes, prototyping, coding (HTML, CSS, JS), bootstrap, Wordpress, SEO, Marketing. Click on the category that interests you.
  3. Within each category, you will find a collection of resources related to that particular design aspect. Scroll through the available resources and click on the ones you want to explore further.
  4. When you click on a specific resource, you will be directed the specific website of the tool, where you can find more details about that resource. Here, you might find information about the designer, a preview of the resource, and a download link or instructions on how to obtain it.
  5. Follow the provided instructions to download or use the resource according to your requirements. Some resources may be available for direct download, while others might require additional steps, such as attribution or signing up for an account.
  6. Explore additional categories or return to the main page to discover more resources based on your design needs.


Want to Give Resource Cards a Try

To give Resource Cards a try, you only need to visit Open a web browser and go to the URL provided: on your web browser and navigate through it, explore the various resources!

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