Speaking.io offers some good and humorous tips for becoming a better public speaker, from planning your talk to designing your slides to actually delivering the presentation:
A great website for searching and downloading colo(u)r palettes:
Build your equation visually without endlessly recompiling your document and getting lost in LaTeX syntax.
No matter what you are looking for, it is probably on Dribble. “Borrow” color palettes, layouts, design… Dribble has amazing examples of almost anything.
Do you like design and want to know more about it? This is the website for the Professional Association for Design.
Every wonder where to get icons for your presentation or poster (since you never want to use clip art). This website has a bunch of free icons and a great search UI. Please use the Noun Project as a fantastic resource.
If you find yourself working on a logo and would like some color and branding inspirations, this blog has a great collection of logos that you can peruse.
Sometimes a new project or group you have needs a logo, and while we don’t focus on logo design here, it is sometimes useful to pull inspiration from others. This websites is a great resource for deconstructing logos that are new and old. This can be useful as well for choosing colors that go well […]