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Bookmarks tagged with “resource”

309 bookmarks by garrettc



Bunny Fonts | Explore Faster & GDPR friendly Fonts

"Bunny Fonts is an open-source, privacy-first web font platform designed to put privacy back into the internet. With a zero-tracking and no-logging policy, Bunny Fonts helps you stay fully GDPR compliant and puts your user's personal data into their own hands."

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The Free Learning List

“The best free edu-things on the internet, ranked in order of amazingness, and neatly categorized.”

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AreoBrowser

Explore all of the latest Martian terrain data and rover imagery.

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Open Culture

"Open Culture scours the web for the best educational media. We find the free courses and audio books you need, the language lessons & educational videos you want, and plenty of enlightenment in between."

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Digital Public Goods Alliance

"The Digital Public Goods Alliance is a multi-stakeholder initiative with a mission to accelerate the attainment of the sustainable development goals in low- and middle-income countries by facilitating the discovery, development, use of, and investment in digital public goods."

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almond.css: Collection of CSS styles to make simple websites look nicer

"Almond.CSS is a collection of class-less CSS styles to make simple websites look better. Almond.CSS helps in two ways: it normalizes the CSS styles to provide similar experience cross-browser, and it spices things a little by adding custom styles (that can be personalized!)"

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Magical Music Theory References for Musicians & Music Producers

"A magical collection of interactive music theory tools & visual reference pages for musicians and music producers"

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SVG Icons Library

The Simple and Definitive hand-crafted SVG Icons Library.

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Filterable WCAG tests

The WCAG2.1 guidelines summarised with filters and categories.

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Fonts Knowledge - Google Fonts

"Welcome to our library of original guides to the world of typography, which the Google Fonts team is producing in collaboration with typographic experts from around the world. Google Fonts Knowledge enables designers and developers of all skill sets to choose and use type with purpose."

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Virgil Abloh’s Free Game

A step-by-step guide to creating a brand and everything around that, from the late Virgil Abloh.

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PokéAPI

"All the Pokémon data you'll ever need in one place, easily accessible through a modern RESTful API."

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How We Developed Our Website Content Strategy Page Templates/Tables

"Flexibility drives content strategy. It’s one of the reasons I enjoy the work. Each project presents new challenges. There’s no one-size-fits all solution. You need to adapt."

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Layout patterns

"A collection of layout patterns built using modern CSS APIs that will help you build common interfaces such as cards, dynamic grid areas, and full-page layouts."

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Picture Oxon

Historic images of Oxfordshire and the Thames Valley from the 1850s to the present, including 300,000 catalogue records of images and 100,000 digital images

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Terms of Service; Didn't Read

'“Terms of Service; Didn't Read” (short: ToS;DR) is a young project started in June 2012 to help fix the “biggest lie on the web”: almost no one really reads the terms of service we agree to all the time.'

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Awesome Django

"A curated list of awesome things related to Django."

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Glitch: Friendly Words List

This package returns the curated lists of Glitch words, as used in project names and elsewhere, packaged into an NPM module for easy use.

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djangosnippets

"[…] a site for users of the Django web framework to come together and share useful "snippets" of reusable code."

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Learning Python — The Hitchhiker's Guide to Python

Good list of resrouces for learning Python, from beginner to seasoned professional

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Free “do wtf you want with” pixel-perfect icons

Free, “do wtf you want with” pixel-perfect icons. New icons added every week.

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Who’s On First

A gazetteer or big list of places, each with a stable identifier and some number of descriptive properties about that location.

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Recommended Python learning resources ✅

For people who have learned Python in the last few years, please edit this wiki topic to add information about what resources you found most useful. Please only include things that you personally have used and liked, and also mention what you liked about it. Once we have a list, I’ll do a poll to see what’s most popular. If you’ve got more to add about something already listed (good or bad) please mention it in a reply. Thanks! Note that this is a forum wiki thread, so you all can edit this pos...

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User research resources

"…the most effective surveys are kept short, stay focused on one topic, and contain a mix of closed- and open-ended questions. If a survey has too many closed-ended questions, you may not gather enough context. If it has too many open-ended questions, your participants may tire and abandon it completely."

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Create Customizable, Hi-Def, and Scalable Backgrounds

SVG Backgrounds hosts a collection of customizable SVG-based repeating patterns and backgrounds for websites and blogs.

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Knopf.css

Modern, modular, extensible button system designed for both rapid prototyping and production-ready applications.

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JavaScript utilities

Useful JavaScript utilities in a single line of code.

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A Complete Guide to calc() in CSS

Extensive coverage of the very useful calc() function.

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CSS Almanac

A reference guide to the many features of CSS.

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Smithsonian Open Access | Smithsonian Institution

Includes two- and three-dimensional images from all 19 Smithsonian museums, nine research centers, libraries, archives and the National Zoo. Everything is released under a Creative Commons Zero license

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