The Joann site is down or something at the moment, I can;t access it either through your link or just entering their URL, so i don;t know what you have found. I have a mental guess of something like an Iris drawer unit. My wife uses them for her rubber stamp stuff.
I use a number of tackle boxes - little plastic compartment boxes for fishing lures. Plano makes some good ones. I get them at Meijer, a regional chain like Target or WalMart. I see similar things at fabric stores like Joann for keeping assorted sewing machine bobbins in.
American Science and Surplus always has a ton of various small containers of all sorts.
The problem with resistors is there are so many values. I have a wall of those drawer units with the 60 small drawers each. But 4 or 5 of them for resistors for the hobbyist is probably overkill.
Ziplock bags are fine, but a serious pain in the ass. One very low tech approach is small manilla envelopes. They often call them coin envelopes or key envelopes because you might find the keys to something in one of them. Or your church offering might go into something like it. ANyway they come in sizes. A half watt resistor seems to be about 3.5 inches long, so one of those in 3.5" to maybe 5" long should work. They just fold over to close, no zipping, and they stack on end like in a filing cabinet easily. Write the value along the top of the flap on each and you can shuffle through them just like files. One envelope per value. A long narrow cardboard box will hold them.
Glueing in dividers to some larger box is a pain. Using a syringe to lay down glue might help make it easier. If you don;t like to cut plastic, you can always buy plastic strips at a hobby store. They come in useful widths like 1" or whatever you want. For that matter, sheets of styrene can be sheared off into strips with a heavy paper cutter - remember those from grade school?
If you use drawer bins, you can put several values in one drawer by using smaller containers inside the drawer. There are small plastic test tubes that would work. Some have screw caps, others have a stopper cork.
You may find that some values you use a lot of - 100k, 220k, whatever - might deserve a drawer of their own, while odder values like 12k and 18k could become subdivisions of a drawer.
Some advice - try to store resistors in something that doesn;t require bending the wire leads into a pretzel. In other words for the basic small drawer bin drawer, it would be better to put dividers lengthwise in the drawers than the standard crosswise. Crosswise you can get three sections, but none are long enough for a resistor, but lengthwise, they would be.