Photoshop is amazing, but the cost is a bummer. However, there are many other free online photo editors you can use. For instance, Pixlr Editor is a free online image editor. Pixlr offers three application services for their users: Pixlr Editor, Pixlr Express and Pixlr-o-matic, and all three are free.
Use this program to create images for social networks like Facebook, MySpace, Tublr, or image sites like Flickr, Fotolog, Instagram, and Photobucket (which are all free), or even for a class assignment. Even professors can use Pixlr to give stunning presentations. If you’d like to have a free experience, then just click here to go to Pixlr Editor, and create.
I’m a sucker for vintage poster design, particularly old circus posters. Freevintageposters.com offers a collection of posters you’re welcome to download and print. The categories include something for just about everyone, for example: Advertising, Travel, Food Drink, Movies Theater, Circus Magic, Art Design, Sports, and more. Here are a few of my favs:
This tumblr blog is an excellent resource for everything writing related. With specific writing advice and a plethora of informational sites, they provide a list of links to resources such as writing websites and blogs, various dictionaries and thesauruses, grammar hacks, technical writing reads and much much more.
Under the Websites & Online References tab at the top, the blog lists a few of my favorite writing websites that I’ve linked to a few times here on the WRAC site such as Write to Done, CopyBlogger, TerribleMinds, and Daily Writing Tips. The blog also lists Grammarphobia, which I found an extremely helpful grammar resource that focuses on the particulars of the English language like when you should use “toward” or “towards” and what “beg the question” really means. This page also provides teen and young writer resources as well as links to helpful screen and scriptwriting resources.
We are constantly coming up with new story ideas, but we don’t know if they work until we actually execute them, and place that last period before writing the end. The ability to experiment is important, and sometimes a push is what we need. So, how about a free push from inklewriter? inklewriter is a free online way to create digital follow stories, which later you can publish as an ebook or link and share with the world. It’s a great tool for publication and recognition.
You don’t have to be tech savvy to create, share, or enjoy publishing great adventure, romance, fantasy or any type of stories that interest you. You can use inklewriter individually or collectively. Everyone can benefit from inklewriter. It is also a great way to integrate technology and creativity into the classroom. Clubs, organizations or anyone can use it as a fundraiser by creating books for free and selling them online.
The list of what you can do with inklewriter is endless and absolutely free.