This is a blog that might help some brainstorm with images. It captures a snapshot of good looking /feeling online content and relates it to other contnent on the blog.
This is a great place to licence content in a pinch. In fact, it now had HD video as well.
Comprehensive design directory of worldwide firms, compliments of Core77
CNC, Laser Cutting
If you want to be an animator, you should not miss this!
A blog reporting on the rapidly growing world of Flash animation.
This blog provides great sources for background art (usually painted) from classical animation films (mostly those from Disney).
Professional sewers- possibly good for grad projects that need more of a professional production touch.
A humorous flowchart that will help you find the perfect typeface for any project
Some cool. Some stupid.
A great resource for all things web. The leader in displaying real fonts on websites. They have a free trial which is actually truly useful for individual websites.
A collection of inspirational packaging design from all around the world.
Land of Print is a family-run business that ensures that you walk out extremely happy with the quality of both your print and the service. Very reasonably priced as well.
Kuler is a site that allows you to search for user-created colour palettes, or use the colour wheels to create and save your own.
This is a great tool for designers to create quick demos for iPad and iPhones. Take screen captures, sync with your device and add buttons and hand movements with ease.
Oobject is a kind of online Wunderkammer comprising visual lists of man-made objects.
Probably the best aggregator for typographic resources of all kinds out there - foundries, forums, designers, articles, magazines, all here. Just somebody please redesign this site out of 1998!
Make your own printed magazine! Haven't yet used this platform, but hope to soon.
This is a great site, especially for getting the components to build an iphone app.
TBD is a daily design award that giv
Free repeat patterns available for downloading!
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