Mei has gotten many questions about the types of resources they use and tips for creators just starting out. You can view a selection of free resources, tips, and tutorials below. 
Image Formatting Tips
- PDF is best for printing, sending for final drafts
- PNG is best for digital viewing
- JPEG is best for printing
- PSD, EPS, AI are best for editing
- Make your projects least 300 dpi or pixels per inch
- Photoshop tutorials here and here
- Graphic design key terms here, here and here
Fonts and Type
- Use dyslexia friendly fonts if possible, here is a good option
- Here is a list of common fonts that are dyslexia friendly: Arial, Comic Sans, Century Gothic, Verdana, Trebuchet, Calibri
- Free fonts on FontSquirrel
Photo Resources 
- Paid Stock Photo Sources: Shutterstock, Adobestock
Videos Resources
- Free Stock Video Sources: Pexels, Pixabay, Videvo, Videezy, Lifeofvids, Splitshare, Coverr
- Paid Stock Video Sources: Shutterstock, Adobestock
Editing Resources
- Free Video Editing Software: Blender, iMovie, Lightworks, Davinci Resolve
- Paid Video Editing Software:  Premiere, Final Cut Pro
Writing Resources
- Purdue Owl for formating guides
- Sci-Hub to access research for free
- Onomatopoeia words
Synonyms for "said"
Lorem Ipsum text generator
- Action words
Mixed Resource Packs
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