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(05-07-2016, 10:16 AM)Horizon Wrote: http://www.pexels.com is another good resource, this one is great for license free images, the majority of them are free for use in commercial projects as well as personal.

I'd like to add as much royalty free resources as possible.

Added, thanks.
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#12
(05-07-2016, 12:44 PM)Wage Wrote:
(05-07-2016, 10:16 AM)Horizon Wrote: http://www.pexels.com is another good resource, this one is great for license free images, the majority of them are free for use in commercial projects as well as personal.

I'd like to add as much royalty free resources as possible.

Added, thanks.

Again, I'll keep my eye out for any. There's another one I used to use for images before in my previous job, however I can't recall the name if it!
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#13
Added a great amount of video tutorials featured on YouTube.

These are videos that I myself have even watched so I really recommend them.
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#14
Added a handful of new things and reformatted the thread. Be sure to let me know if something is missing!
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#15
https://materialdesignicons.com/ is a really awesome website that I use all the time for material icons. Not only does it have all the google icons, but also a massive library of community made icons as well.
https://material.google.com/style/color....or-palette is also Google's official material colour palette, but there's also https://www.materialui.co/colors that has other cool things like social colours.
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(10-03-2016, 04:50 AM)Benpai Wrote: https://materialdesignicons.com/ is a really awesome website that I use all the time for material icons. Not only does it have all the google icons, but also a massive library of community made icons as well.
https://material.google.com/style/color....or-palette is also Google's official material colour palette, but there's also https://www.materialui.co/colors that has other cool things like social colours.

Added your information to the original post.

Thank you very much.
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#17
Just found a free alternative to Photoshop for those of you that are experienced with Gimp. I have yet to try it out but it looks promising. I heard it's pretty much Gimp but with a UI that resembles Photoshop.

https://www.gimpshop.com
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#18
Cool list! Those stuff will definately help my designing job^^ Thanks for sharing it!
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#19
Brilliant, can't wait to thumb through these resources!
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