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Welcome to the Digital Makers Alliance WikiEdit

Open Source, Open Access, and Creative Commons resources for digital makers.

AboutEdit

The Digital Makers Alliance is an informal group of friendly makers who want to share the resources we use to create. The DMA started out as a conversation on Twitter between @clmorgan and @JimBarrett about audio that is free to use and remix for cultural heritage projects. We advocate for a critical making movement to use digital media in an activist, emancipatory role to highlight inequity, bring the voices of stakeholders into relief, de-center interpretations, and to make things and share them. And have a tremendous amount of fun in the meantime.

ResourcesEdit

Audio - Creative commons and royalty-free music and sounds that can be used for projects.

Images - Photographs, graphics, and icons.

Fonts - Creative commons, free, and non-commercial use fonts.

Color Lovers: Sample palettes for web and print use. 

Color Palettes - Palettes with reference images 

Loading.io - Color Palettes drawn from popular culture 

Color Hex - Palettes and Hex designations 

Coolors.co - Generates palettes 

Paletton - Color Scheme Designer 

Palettes on Pinterest  

3D Files and Textures - 

Video 

Software

1. Audio Software

http://mashable.com/2013/07/27/editor-audio-free/#gallery/x-best-audio-editing-apps/520c84663182974a420003f9

2. Image Editing Software

3. Virtual Worlds and 3D modelling

Tools -  Digital Tools that are more free

Publishing

1. Video Publishing

The MakersEdit

Colleen Morgan

Jim Barrett

Suzanne Pilaar Birch

Andrew Reinhard

Latest activityEdit

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