I more or less saw using his video as research. I would not personally say it was a direct copy. I used some of his styling tips, and I still had to research how certain things worked like media queries, viewports, meta elements, and even how to get the navbar to stick with you as you scrolled.
For the most part I used it as a template, along with other product pages that I searched for on Google. It was for inspiration, for the most part. I needed ideas of how to make it look good, and not just function properly to pass the test.
I will admit that my tribute page looks absolutely terrible compared to this, but that is mostly due to the facts that it was one of my first times using CSS, also it was months ago.
I have since taken courses in college, and gone back through some of the material here on FCC.
Having said all of this, the survey form looks about on par with my product landing page.
That one was mostly done alone, although I watched some YouTube videos on CSS styling tips. Another form of research, I saw it as.
Ultimately the plan is to go back and apply everything I have learned to each and every project in the RWD certificate once I have finished the final project. By that time, I would expect that I will be fairly good with HTML and CSS and be able to make the most out of each project!
Thanks for the feedback!