This blog site caught my attention with its relative tutorials and simple layout. Right off the bat you can see a tutorial on Keyframes for Premiere Pro which is what we’re working with in Time Based Tools. They divide the blog into Tips, Jobs, Interviews, and News all about editing (usually in Premier) and the film world. The tutorials go really in depth and are pretty user friendly.
Overall the site looks well put together, could use some more aesthetic details so it’s not so plain. The way they have it helps though for simplicity and navigation. Provided with each tutorial post is an overview section so you know what you’re getting into which is super helpful in my opinion as you never know how much they will explain or if they will cover what you need to know (or more).
As this is a blog for an instructional website, all of the tutorial posts (which are most of them) appear to be written by qualified individuals or as they say, “Hollywood Pros”; I feel like I can trust the information.
One thing that convinced me to read-on was an article about editing and being distracted. As a student, my main issue is motivation to do work, so this would be a beneficial read. Through the article I was introduced to new skills to help stay focused and they were even specific tips for my field of interest.