The Digital Toy Chest for Humanists is a resource that is kept by Alan Liu for his “Literature+” digital humanities courses. It collects online or software that humanities students (and others) can use to make creative digital projects without only basic computer and Internet skills. The project only lists tools/toys that are free or that can use on a free trial basis.
The site has now been superseded by the DH Toychest: Digital Humanities Resources for Project Building. This is a data collection site curated by Alan Liu that offers “[g]uides, tools, and other resources for practical work in the digital humanities by researchers, teachers, and students.”