An interactive recipe book of useful digital tools for ones needs.
1. GIPHY - Animated GIFS
2. Canva - Design
3. DaFont - Design
6. Unsplash - Media
7. Pixabay - Media
8. Simplebooklet - Presentation
9. About the Author
Giphy is user-friendly to everyone. It is a free source for you to browse other GIFs or you can simply upload a picture or file to create your own GIF.
Giphy is an online database and search engine that allows users to search for and share short looping videos with no sound, that resemble animated GIF files.
Giphy even has sources to learn more about GIFs and how you can use them on different platforms.
Canva gives you a ton of free templates for you to use at your own need. They rage from poster ads, blog banners, cards, Instagram post, magazine covers and so much more. You can create a simple graphic logo or even an ad.
Canva is a graphic-design tool website. It uses a drag-and-drop format and provides access to over a million photographs, graphics, and fonts. It is used by non-designers as well as professionals. The tools can be used for both web and print media design and graphics.
Canva even allows you to create your own logos. Here is an example of a simple logo you can design with some of the templates they have already provided.
Dafont is a website that gives you access to thousands of different fonts you can download to make any presentation or project with the fonts you want.
Dafont also allows you to preview what the font looks like. They provide all the individual letters in that font as well as the code for each one.
Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing stock photography under the Unsplash license. The website claims over 100,000 contributing photographers and generates more than 9 billion photo impressions per month on their growing library of over 690,000 photos.
Unsplash allows you to search through their images and download them for free. Once you search for a specific image it then narrows your search and allows you to choose from different categories.
Simplebooklet is the number one online source to create your own book. Whether you want to make your book for a presentation or just one to share simple booklet offers a user friendly resource to create your very own.
Take your Word document, Google presentation, or PDF file and upload it to simplebooklet. You'll have a brand new microsite in minutes that you can use in all your digital communications.
Edit and enhance your slides! Make your pages interactive and engaging in our dead simple, drag and drop editor. Add and edit text, images, call to action buttons, videos, hyperlinks, and more.
Hello, my name is Casey Spanitz. I am 22 years old from Virginia Beach who is currently studying at the University of Mary Washington. I am majoring in Digital Studies, Communications. For my final project we were to create something from a source that we have never used before. Thats when I had the idea of making an interactive book. This book contains all of the useful tools that not many people know about. They are all super user friendly and fun to use. I wanted to be able to share an interactive way to get these tools out to people. Hope you enjoy!