How to become a good web site designer?

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by nullbytes, May 29, 2012.

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  1. perfectionsu

    perfectionsu New Member

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    To be a good web designer you must have some knowledge like html,css,java script asp.net etc.The sad fact is that most Web designers have spent a lot more time learning HTML and how to use Dreamweaver than they have learning anything about white space and creating a design that flows.
     
  2. bdclippingpath

    bdclippingpath New Member

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    I also like to learn web developing but how to start---
     
  3. JakClark

    JakClark New Member

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    Step 1: Uninstall any version of Adobe/ Macromedia Dreamweaver with haste.

    Now download templates and view the sources of websites featured on the likes of Site Inspire to learn modern standards.

    Play, play and play - then copy and paste parts to familiarise yourself with the structure, code, etc. Quackit has some good basic tutorials for PHP, CF, JS. CodeAcademy is pretty epic for JS - I think it offers other scripting languages, possibly programming too.

    Be a boss.
     
  4. bdclippingpath

    bdclippingpath New Member

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    Got sufficient ideas for and thanks to this community.
     
  5. WillyZ

    WillyZ New Member

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    practice as much as possible
     
  6. pisarek

    pisarek New Member

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    There is a simple receipe. You have to practice, practice and practice :)
    Besides you can try some video courses like Lynda.
     
  7. che09

    che09 New Member

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    Well pointed out. Anyone can call themselves a designer but only few who actually are acting a real one!
     
  8. HireLogo

    HireLogo New Member

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    Learn to code using a program like dreamweaver then never open another program except notepad. Graphical output IMO is easier to master because its more fun, but properly coding a website is the real task. Stick to the basics as you are, first. After you've got that down it should be no problem to design a website then put it up. You'll be able to just frame it out in the program you designed it then pull up your notepad next to it and pop out the code.
     
  9. JackieCalmes

    JackieCalmes New Member

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    There are lots of resources are available to learn web designing.You can learn throw w3school,Google book,Youtube and lots of other way.
     
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    Phreaddee Super Moderator Staff Member

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    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Lizyd Design New Member

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